A converted house with a small patio in front. My wife and I really enjoyed the meal here. Risotto marisco was excellent, the broccoli side was perfectly steamed with a bit of butter and salt? Her organic chicken though tasty was dry/over done? but everything else was just fine. The tres leches was excellent. A friend really likes the corvina there as well
even the house malbec was very nice.
the La Posta is in an area with many clubs and restaurants so if you don't have a reservation, it would be wise to go early for parking and seating. We went on a wed and it almost filled up. The service was fairly attentive and helpful and the restaurant itself was very calming and relaxing after a tough day. By the end of the evening it did get a bit noisy though if you're planning on discussions.
warning to visitors - Panama City has 4,285 miles of roads/freeways and 3 street signs.
Of course each of those three have a tree that has grown a branch almost completely covering the sign. IF you don't know where you're going, plan on 10-30 minutes of either being lost, or trying to figure out how to get there from here even if you can see your destination because of the one way streets, construction, traffic, taxi's cutting you off, etc etc. Very few streets are straight, and most seem to steer you away from your real destination. All directions will entail turning at a building, a sign, a storefront, etc. ie. find a guide.
I'm just sayin'.........