First meal in Panama City was at Machu Picchu. The atmosphere is more outdated than some restaurants in the city but has a more local, laid back feel. We went around 9pm and there was a live band. The waiter was patient with our party as we looked over the menu (a lot of options). Menu has good array of seafood, chicken and steak options. Most entrees were between $10-$15. I chose the Churrasco steak marinaded in herbs and spices at the recommendation of waiter and it was delicious. The seasoning was different than any steak I've had. However the steak is rather thin and not the best quality...but flavor made up for it. While waiting, I had a house Sangria and it was the best I ever had! Perfect balance of wine and fruit. My boyfriend got Cau Cau which is all types of shellfish (shrimp, octopus, clams, oysters). He said the sauce was good, sort of cilantro flavor...but the octopus was over cooked. Overall a good meal. I would go back...but more for the sangria :)
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