From the street you enter a delightful art gallery with a variety of Panamanian artwork, including wood carvings, sculptures, jewelry, purses, hats, and more. Fascinating place to spend time in, and the items for sale are good quality and decent prices.
Continuing past the gallery you reach the cafe with tables both inside and outside on the dock. The outdoor dining is under a roof, which is critical in Panama (for either the sun or the rain).
Wide selection of food and drink (from coffees, beers, liquor and more). The chicken kabobs were nicely done but not exciting. The stewed octopus was quite good. Side dishes were unexciting (plain rice or unseasoned banana fritters).
Service was good; prices were cheap. Nice place to sit down (under a fan) and watch the boats go by while sipping an ice cold beer.
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