Shortly after leaving Santiago to Panama this restaurant is on the Interamericana highway with a large sign to show the location. I stopped on Halloween evening and was the only person in the restaurant. Several people were outdoors but I wanted to eat with the a/c room. The menu is typical Panamanian fare. The bar has a huge selection of liquors and wines. May dinner with a beer was a little over ten dollars. My friend suggested the filet or prime rib but I could not find them on the menu. I asked the waitress after my dinner and she said the filet cordon bleu was the filet carne. Oh well!, next time I will try this.
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