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Category: Restaurants

Tántalo

Tantalo is an eco design hotel, restaurant and bar located in the heart of the old town, Casco Viejo. Less than a year old, the hotel boasts the only rooftop bar area, drawing locals in with its stunning views of Panama City’s skyline. Much more than a hotel, Tantalo has also cultivated the only ‘green’ wall in Panama City.

Take it up a notch to Encima, the rooftop bar, and sip in the incredible view of the ever-expanding Panama City skyline dotted with skyscrapers in one direction and historic church steeples and roofs on the other.

The Hotel hosts all types of special and private events, as well as local and international entertainment, several nights a week. The Lounge downstairs and Encima are open to all, leaving no excuse not to visit on a regular basis.

Tantalo

 

 

sante restaurant

Sante Restaurant 2

 

You will find the Sante restaurant not far from the yacht club. This restaurant has a largely American based menu with classic American food. The food is well presented and nicely prepared and along with the friendly and helpful staff makes this an ideal restaurant for a meal out.

Map Sante Restaurant

 

The Fish Market

The Fish Market introduces a new concept of serving up honest food from a food truck in the ruins of a colonial building.

White picnic tables topped with navy parasols on a raw concrete floor with ceilingless columns help to create a casual, fishermen’s-wharf-style setting. The rotating blackboard menu of fresh seafood fuses flavours of Southeast Asia and the Mediterranean and might include fish gyros, gazpacho with prawns, thai green fish curry, Vietnamese sandwiches, furikake tuna steaks – all for under $10.

Friday is Fish ‘n Chips day, a tribute to the chef’s British roots.  Originally from Manchester, United Kingdom, Michael Thompson, age 32, landed in Panama in 2005 after living in Indonesia, Thailand and Greece, and ran the Lemongrass restaurant in Bocas del Toro for five years.

In 2011, he and business partner Maurice Cohen launched The Fish Market in the City of Knowledge’s Patio del Sabor food court before setting up their own shop in Casco Viejo.

Open from Monday to Saturday for lunch, hours are extended until midnight for Thursday acoustic music sessions and Friday hang outs with $2 local beers, $5 Lost Coast Brewery craft beers and $3 wine by the glass.

The Fish Market

 

Da Vinci Deli Pastas Gourmet

The Da Vinci offers great homemade pasta and drinks. Everything is made with very fresh ingredients and that alone makes the simplest dishes superb. For example, for drinks, the mojitos (three kinds: strawberry, coconut, and passion fruit) are all made with fresh fruit. The pasta is extremely fresh and light nothing is overly done with the cheeses, even the gnocchi that is stuffed with cheese is fantastic. They even had alfajores for desert as well as tiramisu and a passion fruit mousse- all fantastic.The service is excellent and the staff are very kind and helpful.

Da Vinci

Diablicos

The Diablicos restaurant is a place to sample different foods and drinks, and at the same time enjoy music and shows which change daily, both during day and night hours. Inside, the atmosphere is very colourful, and cheerful wist rustic details in the décor. There are exciting folkloric shows with live presentations for you while enjoying a delicious meal. As an example of local dishes try roast pork rinds with boiled cassava; seafood stuffed plantains; Panamanian stew; Diablicos chicken; Diablicos burger with bacon and American cheese; fillet of sea bass seafood sauce; jumbo prawns in passion fruit sauce; or Angus beef steak. And why not finish of the meal with a desert option, like rice pudding or chocolate fondant.

Diablicos

 

Tántalo

Tantalo is an eco design hotel, restaurant and bar located in the heart of the old town, Casco Viejo. Less than a year old, the hotel boasts the only rooftop bar area, drawing locals in with its stunning views of Panama City’s skyline. Much more than a hotel, Tantalo has also cultivated the only ‘green’ wall in Panama City.

Take it up a notch to Encima, the rooftop bar, and sip in the incredible view of the ever-expanding Panama City skyline dotted with skyscrapers in one direction and historic church steeples and roofs on the other.

The Hotel hosts all types of special and private events, as well as local and international entertainment, several nights a week. The Lounge downstairs and Encima are open to all, leaving no excuse not to visit on a regular basis.

Tantalo

sante restaurant

Sante Restaurant 2

 

You will find the Sante restaurant not far from the yacht club. This restaurant has a largely American based menu with classic American food. The food is well presented and nicely prepared and along with the friendly and helpful staff makes this an ideal restaurant for a meal out.

Map Sante Restaurant

 

Walks along avenue balboa

Avenue Balbao 2

For a gentle walk in beautiful surroundings a walk along the waterfront following the Avenue Balboa can’t be beaten.

Map Avenue Balbao


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