This small restaurant has tables on Plaza Bolívar, overlooking the Iglesia de San Francisco, making it one of Panama City's more charming dinner spots. If you can't handle the heat, though, you can always move into the air-conditioned dining room in the historic building across the street. The menu is a mix of Latin American and Italian cuisines, an example being chicken ravioli with a spicy Peruvian cream sauce called ají de gallina. They offer several other
fresh pastas, as well as seafood and meat dishes. Popular starters include seafood carpaccio, Peruvian ceviche (fish "cooked" with lime juice), and mini brochetas: try the breaded pork option with sesame seeds and tamarind sauce. Those tapas and the gorgeous setting make this a good spot for a cocktails and appetizers even if you dine elsewhere.
Calle 3 Este y Av. Sucre, on Plaza Bolivar, Panama City, Panama