Perched on the banks of Caldera River, this pleasant restaurant is Boquete's go-to place for an intimate meal. The smoked trout and pasta with prawns are delicious, but it's the rack of lamb in a mint and rosemary crust that is a local favorite. For a romantic dinner, the fireside gazebo has the best view. A more social setting can be found at the bar, appropriately named "La Roca" (The Rock) for a boulder that washed onto the property during a rainstorm in 1970; the boulder remains. There's often live music, making it a great place to enjoy a glass of wine or the richly decadent triple mousse dessert. Lighter fare of soups, salads, and sandwiches are also on the menu.
From Av. Central, over Caldera River bridge, 50 meters to the right, Boquete, Panama