This trendy steak house a block off busy Calle Uruguay is the best option for a meat lover, whether you're in the mood for filet mignon, or a cheeseburger. You can get USDA Omaha beef here, but it costs considerably more than the Panamanian beef. The chicken and pork is organic and free-range from the restaurant's own farm. You can also get such American classics as a Cobb salad, or a side of macaroni and cheese, which are no doubt novelties for the predominantly Panamanian clientele. The steaks are excellent, but so is the Morrocan-style chicken with cous cous, and the salmon grille beurre d'hôtel. There's an extensive wine list, and the service is excellent. You may want to reserve a table on weekends, when this place gets packed and noisy. They also serve brunch from 11:30 to 2:30 on weekends.
Aug 17, 2013
The owner of Market does a good job in ensuring consistent quality food and service. Everyone in town knows that the dining experience in Market is as dependable as passing through the Panama Canal. While the price to value ratio is not always there, I can state without hesitation that I never had a disappointing meal, or service at Market. The sense one gets here is that the owner is seriously interested in his clients. Bottom line is that Market
is enjoyable and deserves your patronage.