We would consider this the best fine dining restaurant in Boquete. We went twice and both times a good meal for a reasonable price in comparison to any of the other restaurants in its class in Boquete or elsewhere.
For us, it starts well if there is children's menu and it doesn't only contain chicken fingers (even if theirs are nice and served in a trendy basket).
Excellent onion soup, mushroom bruschetta, and an extensive starters menu. Filet mignon for 17$ (imported Ribeye for 34$ which was pricey so we passed, the quality of the local fillet was excellent). A decent selection of wines from 20 to 30$ meant we ate for 6 with starters, main, and a bottle of wine for under 100$.
It is slightly off the beat and track so you need to take a taxi but that will run you about 4 or 5 dollars from anywhere in Boquete. One issue, Monday's is advertised as Jazz night but no Jazz on the Monday we were there.
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