Formerly known as the Palo Alto Riverside Restaurant, this place's greatest asset is its view of the Palo Alto River and the forest beyond it. If the weather is nice, you may want to sit outside near the riverbank, though the large picture windows also let you enjoy the scenery from inside. The food is tasty and inventive, though service can be slow. Starters range from corvina (sea bass) wafers to garlic bisque. Entrées worth sinking your teeth into include pork ribs with sugarcane and papaya sauce and a salmon filet on an herb risotto. Monday night features live jazz.
Right at first Y north of town, left after bridge, then 1½ km (1 mi) on left, Boquete, Panama