Perched over the water, the back deck of this wooden building is one of the most pleasant places in town to have a meal since it overlooks the sea and nearby Isla Carenero. Boats zip by, and waves wash against the pilings under the floor. The menu ranges from such gringo standards as T-bone steak to the more daring jambalaya, enchiladas, and ginger-orange shrimp. Their selection of salads, burgers, and sandwiches made with imported meats and cheeses makes it a popular lunch spot. Save room for the Bocas Brownie made with organic Cerutti chocolate.
Calle 1, at Calle 2, Bocas del Toro, Panama