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Seafood

Exploring Panama

A delightful combination of the historic and the modern.

Bibi’s on the Beach—Bocas

With a sign that declares “No shoes, no shirt, no problem!”, Bibi’s offers casual dining at its best. It’s one of Bocas’ most popular restaurants. Dine on their deck surrounded by the sea and swaying palms, and enjoy outstanding seafood dishes plus American favorites. Read More »

Cosmic Crab Cafe—Bocas

Perched on stilts over the ocean, this open air cafe has reasonably priced and exceptionally delicious sea food, exotic frozen drinks and panoramic ocean views. Sunset is an especially beautiful time to come. Read More »

Diablicos: Casco Viejo Sector

Enjoy delicious typical Panamanian cuisine in an exotic, colorful venue featuring items from Panama’s folkloric culture. Even the waiters are dressed in folkloric dress. Located in the famous historic sector Casco Viejo, a visit to Diablicos will also give you a chance to enjoy this historic neighborhood. Read More »

El Palenque Restaurant—Portobelo

El Palenque Restaurant is an obligatory stopover when visiting Portobelo. Located within Casa Congo complex, come and enjoy the delicious Caribbean cuisine , made with fresh, locally sourced products . Our thoughtful menu offers a variety of traditional dishes as well as more modern fare. Read More »

El Ultimo Refugio—Bocas del Toro

Excellent seafood, local music, and ocean views. Don’t let the run-down look at the entrance put you off, food-wise this is one of Boca’s finest restaurants. Read More »

Guari Guari—Bocas

A prix-fixe menu of delicious surprises. The open air setting is simple, the cuisine fantastic. A dinner only establishment—for just $23 get a prix fixe menu of six courses: four appetizers, a main dish and a dessert! Read More »

La Fogata—Panama’s Riviera

Just a few steps away from the Royal Decameron Resort , this rustic, open-air restaurant is a real find. The most popular dishes are lobster specials. Read More »

Las Clementinas Cafe & Bar -Casco Viejo Historic Sector

Step back in time to the 1920’s at this glamorous cafe with an old-fashioned French decor. The cuisine is Panamanian and Caribbean -both original and traditional dishes. Read More »

Luna

Luna offers a unique environment with a modern design. The menu consists of well-known dishes with a touch of creativity that makes them different and translates into a culinary experience for every taste. Read More »

Maito

Prepare yourself for a food adventure, Maito specializes in innovative fusion cuisine based on the culinary traditions of Panama–the bridge of the world. Local ingredients (there’s an onsite herb and vegetable garden) fresh modern decor and a helpful staff add to the mix. Read More »

Market Steakhouse and Wine Bar

Said to be the most popular restaurant in Panama City, Market provides a fresh selection of dishes to serve a wide variety of tastes. From a quick business lunch of hamburgers and wraps to a night out for premium grade steak and a bottle of wine, you’re guaranteed to experience a delicious meal in a lively setting. Read More »

Pipa’s Beach Restaurant & Bar- Farallon Near the Decameron Resort

An authentic Panama beach experience- a bungalow-style restaurant right on the beach, we are the place for a delicious fresh seafood meal in a relaxing, romantic and ocean-side setting. Read More »

Rana Dorada

Micro-brewing is still a fairly novel idea in Panama. But few have carried out the craft with more success than the ‘Rana Dorada,’ named after Panama’s endangered Golden Frog species. Read More »

Segundo Muelle

With the most complete selection of delicious seafood dishes in town, this restaurant is part of a famous Peruvian chain. The ceviche (raw fish cooked in lemon juice and herbs) is a favorite- the Peruvians invented it. Or so they say. Read More »