Lesseps Bistro Cafe
Lesseps Bistro Cafe offers a little piece of France in Panama. Its gastronomic offer is first class, importing many products to make it truly authentic. The chef, Paul Henri, is French and has more than 20 years working in upscale restaurants in Paris, some even with a Michelin star. The environment replicates the Montmartre Bistros in the city of Paris that were visited by Cedric in his youth.
More than 100 years after the opening of the Panama Canal, Lesseps Bistro Cafe opens its doors. This restaurant in Casco Viejo is located on Avenida A and Calle 4. It opens from 12 noon to 9 p.m. Its name is a tribute to the man who started the interoceanic transit project, Ferdinand de Lesseps. This French diplomat was the one who developed the Suez Canal, linking the Mediterranean with the Red Sea.