…..to our world of culinary energy and innovation – a world of food as entertainment, alive with the sights, sounds and aromas of a bustling Caribbean market. Dedicated throughout to the freshest of natural ingredients prepared. 14-bis marketplace is a destination for every appetite and time of day and an exciting place to shop for take-out foods. Whether you come to enjoy a coffee with your newspaper, a drink and a snack or a family feast or meal, your welcome will be equally warm. During the “por kilo lunch” you can stroll around and let the sights, sounds and aromas of our Caribbean market entice you. To choose might become a challenge. Help yourself to anything you would like. Our daily changing “por kilo” menu consists of anything imaginable from sushi rolls to sandwiches, salads, soups, desserts & pastries.
We prepare different pasta & Asian flavored dishes, from the grill come the best U.S. steaks, chicken, pork and you serve out your own side dishes and sauces….Just like on a real market there’s a lot going on, too much to mention here….Come in and experience it for yourself.
Being the first “Por Kilo” lunch restaurant on Aruba you must pay us a visit and try out our a la carte breakfast and our a la carte late lunch or plan your event with us. You will feel right at home with our welcoming market setting and its easy excess even for wheel chairs.
The food is made from scratch with fresh ingredients. The home-style comforting cooking is our signature. The variety is endless constantly trying to surprise you.
The 14-bis (Quatorze-bis), also known as Oiseau de proie (French for “bird of prey”), was a pioneer-era canard biplane designed and built by Brazilian inventor Alberto Santos Dumont on 23 October 1906, in Paris, France, it performed the first officially witnessed unaided takeoff and flight by an heavier-than-air aircraft.
Controversy exists between supporters of Santos Dumont and the Wright Brothers whether the Wright 1903 Flyer 1 or the 14-Bis was the first true airplane.
The 1903 Wright Flyer I used a launch rail and undercarriage skids. After 1903 the Wrights added a catapult to assist the takeoff of later versions of their airplanes. The Santos-Dumont 14-bis used wheels and no catapult.