They specialize in tapas, which are fairly large but pretty pricey. Service was friendly but English was not very good. We asked for still water and received $4 water bottles so specify if you want tap water.
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Tandalo offers very good service but the prices are very high for the area were is located. Food is good but for the price it is nothing special. For lunch, entrees average $14 and main dishes average $20. We were not offered dessert so I...More
Place was packed. Good service. Small plates to share - tapas style. Nothing remarkable but there was a fun vibe. Surprisingly expensive for being in Panama City. Go to the rooftop bar for the scene and the view. Average age of the people at the...More
I would recommend this place. They have a nice rooftop where you can look to the skyline - go there at night. After having a drink on the top, go down to the restaurant for some dinner. Order a few dishes to share and you’re...More
We ate a lunch and a dinner here. The food was tasty, and not Americanized (also not expensive). The decorations are interesting and eclectic. No one was shouting. A winner! Quiet, reserved service. Yes, we did look at the rooftop bar in the middle of...More
We had lunch at Tantalo Kitchen in December 2017. It's crowded, but we were able to get a table. We each had a light lunch and loved both the atmosphere and the food. We recommend it highly.
This is one of those places that started out being so special. Neat tapas menu and a great vibe. Took my visiting son and his family there for a lunch on the roof top. One young girl working and a backbar person. That was it....More
Lively and loud place with high chairs and tables. Food comes in tapas style portions. Pleasant service. Ceviche starter rather bland. Good pulled pork dish