A must-have dish for special occasions,
since it is so easy to prepare. Only the freshest shrimp are marinated in lime juice and chopped onions.
Our most popular ceviche is served in most local restaurants.
Indulge in the flavor of fresh sea bass marinated in lime and onions.
A delicious and fresh way to enjoy octopus, great for any occasion.
Fried pork rinds, seasoned with salt and spices, accompany many traditional dishes.
An almojabáno is a fried bread made of yellow corn and
fresh cheese. Here almojabános are served with Filled Patacones:
slices of fried plantains stuffed with chicken, meat, or seafood and slathered in Panamanian salsa.
A crunchy twice-fried green plantain slice will always be an
excellent appetizer or side dish for a main course. Patacones are tasty and easy to make.
A delicious way to eat prawns. They are normally served in wine glasses as an hors d'oeuvre.
known as "Fair Salad" since every food booth in town fairs maintains the tradition of selling this
colorful dish made of potatoes and beets, which give it a pinkish color once all the ingredients are mixed together.
A long-standing tradition of the people of La Chorrera, it is made with ingredients
like young corn and enjoyed as a snack or appetizer.