New Restaurant at Bucuti & Tara Beach Resorts in Aruba Offers Natural, Organic Cuisine

arubaBucuti & Tara Beach Resorts, an Aruba resort known for romance, recently announced the opening of its new restaurant, Elements.

Elements is Aruba’s first and only restaurant that affords clients the opportunity to enjoy natural and organic dining in the presence of impressive views. Whether dining on the newly-constructed oceanfront deck or enjoying beautiful Eagle Beach indoors via the floor-to-ceiling windows, Elements is an ideal complement to the serene environment for which Bucuti has become known.

Wholesome menu options feature genuine, certified organic options and natural products offered through three distinct menus: world cuisine, organic and natural, and vegan and vegetarian.

“As our guests began pursuing healthier lifestyles, we began receiving more and more requests for options that were vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free,” said Ewald Biemans, owner of Bucuti & Tara Beach Resorts, in a written release “Our commitment to meeting the needs of guests combined with the passion and talent of our executive chef Kurt Hoffman culminated in Elements. Not only are we confident that we will please our guests, but we are also proud to showcase the restaurant as an extension of our sustainability practices.”

To supplement the limited amount of fresh products available on Aruba, Bucuti has established an import company to obtain the items and ingredients necessary to support Elements. Through this effort, Bucuti will regularly receive quality natural and organic meats, fruits, vegetables and, in the future, organic beverages.

Elements is open for lunch from noon to 5 p.m., and dinner is served from 6 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

Visit www.bucuti.com.

 

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