By Panamanian standards, this is a very expensive restaurant. You ask for water and they bring a bottle of imported Italian mineral water -- sin gaz or con gaz. Three entrees, two small glasses of wine and the bottle of water cost us $110 not including tip. The entrees are small. If you want vegetables or a starch (potatoes or pasta, for example) you have to order them as a side dish and pay extra.
The food itself, however, was exquisite. All three of us had fish dishes -- grouper in my case -- and it all came perfectly cooked and artistically presented. Superb sauces.
Take a table by a window for the spectacular view across the water.