Pam and I have gone to the Green House several times since we have come to live on Curacao. We took Mike there just after Christmas, too. It’s just a few minutes from us, on F.D. Rooseveltweg, in the district of Santa Maria, near the 24 hour gas station. There is plenty of parking just out front, with a guy who will help you park and get you back out into traffic after your meal. There is a location on Mambo Beach Boulevard as well which we’ve eaten at once.
The restaurant has limited outdoor seating, with lots of indoor seating, and a smallish sports bar area, mainly for watching soccer and baseball. It’s a fairly boisterous place, with lots of locals. Every time we’ve been there, there have been large family celebrations, and people obviously on dates. It has a more local vibe, than a tourist vibe, but the service staff all speak English very well.
The food is always good. The menu is varied, with lots of choices, from Mediterranean dishes, to local dishes, to standard fare like steaks and chicken. There are always a couple of specials, usually a fresh fish, and a chicken and ribs combo which is Pam’s favorite. The portions are not small, so we always have a container of leftovers to take home for Bailey, our dog. At the Mambo Beach location, you can order sushi from the Origami Sushi house. It was very good sushi, worth the visit for sure.
The prices are reasonable, and the service is always good and friendly. They have lots of staff, and any one of them will grab you another drink. I like the unpretentious nature of the place, but the food is well presented, plentiful and very tasty.
Rank: 7.5 out of 10. The only deductions are for the deserts. They aren’t great, just ok.