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Breakfast at the Waterfront Crabhouse

Breakfast at the Waterfront Crabhouse is served from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and it starts off with fresh fruit juices, island smoothies and traditional eye openers such as Bloody Marys, Screwdrivers and Mimosas. Owner/restaurateur Roy Leitch included many international favorites on the new menu. "Our guests," he explains, "asked for a bigger selection of everything from Fruits & Cereals to Pancakes, French Toast, Waffles and Crepes, so we decided to write the "Ultimate Breakfast Menu," and include it all from A to Z.

We serve Eggs Benedict any day of the week," he says, "and our LEO, Lox, Eggs & Onions, is to live for. Traditionalists," he adds, "will enjoy Smoked Salmon Platters and minimalists may savor Continental breakfasts starring English muffins, bagels, toast or croissants." The most popular signature Waterfront combo features a chilled juice, 2 eggs any style with a choice of bacon, sausage and ham heaped on a platter with hash browns, toast, butter, jelly and chased by a bottomless cup of coffee or tea for just $8.50.

The Waterfront Crabhouse makes fluffy blueberry and banana pancakes. The Cinnamon and apple pancakes are especially tasty, and made to order by handsome Chef Patrice Costa, a French national with a fine touch. French toast with blueberries, bananas or Cinnamon apples are an excellent option. So are the Belgium waffles served warm with butter, syrup, blueberries, whipped cream, bananas, Cinnamon apples, or melted chocolate. The Crepes enjoy a very similar treatment under a cloud of powdered sugar or filled with ham & cheese, orange marmalade, blueberries whipped cream, or Cinnamon & sugar.


In the mood for adventure? The Waterfront Crabhouse proudly serves Aruban breakfast favorites namely Johnny Cakes and assorted home made Pastechi. With seating available both outside in a gardened terrace or inside in the air-conditioned dining room, the Waterfront Crabhouse is the #1 breakfast spot in town.

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