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Bid adieu to number two

Last hurrah of Infini's menu number two. Originally published on May 29, 2021.

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This is the last weekend of menu number 2 at Infini and it deserves an outstanding goodbye. Infini’s ode to the sea with 6 courses featuring fruits from the ocean.


The tuna 3 ways as a first course is a great way for the diner to realize that this is an experience like no other in terms of creativity and taste. My favorite was the tuna tartar (the

seaweed roll in the picture). It all comes paired with a gin‑based original cocktail named Salinity.

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Tuna. Photo Credit: Infini Aruba

Bread & Butter

A slice of @t2pansourdough to spread with one of the world's best butters, the Beppino Ocelli with blueberries was mind blowing.

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Blueberry infused butter. Photo credit: Infini Aruba


The way every dish is presented seems like a work of fine art like The Wahoo in vibrant reds, then The Scallops on a dark canvas.

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Scallops. Photo credit: Infini Aruba

Mussels & Crab

The Mussels & Crab in luxurious golden tones.

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Mussel & Scallops


For The Salmon trio, Chef Urvin served us a caja china grilled salmon next to possibly the tiniest burger ever inside of a Banh Mi bread and a version of the famous Saté using peanut powder and chicharrón.

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Salmon. Photo credit: Infini Aruba

Salmon patty in Banh Mi bread

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Salmon patty in Banh Mi bread. Photo credit: Infini Aruba.


Infini’s folks displayed elegance with the Turbot presented next to different sauces, crèmes and oils.

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Turbot. Photo credit: Infini Aruba

Cusi in Foglie di Castagno

Dessert section of the evening consisted of a chocolate mousse and Foglie di Castagno to be followed by an Asian Mimosa.

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Cusi in Foglie di Castagno. Photo credit: Infini Aruba

Asian Mimosa

Every guest that I take to Infini’s table says that dining there will forever be a page in their book as one of the greatest experiences in Aruba and I cannot agree more!

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Asian Mimosa. Photo credit: Infini Aruba

Chef Urvin and company congratulations once again.

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