Discover Restaurants offering the best Seafood food in Isla Grande, Colon Province, Panama including Congo, Fin del Mundo, Restaurant La Torre, El Castillo, Las Anclas, Restaurant Los Canones
3 based on 37 reviews
Totally recommend sitting downstairs near the water. We went to Portobelo just to eat at this place (it was highly recommended by the locals). When we went, the langostinos were not available, so we had the corvine fish strips (deditos de corvina). With the freshly squeezed lime and home made hot sauce, they were so good that we ended up ordering another one. For our main course, we ordered the coconut octopus (this was a fresh tomato base sauce with coconut) with coconut rice. Amazing!We also had the garlic shrimp with "patacones" (green plantains). The shrimps were large in size, but we had to peel them, so I recommend skipping this one.Finally, the place had some spectacular views, and we were able to snap some gorgeous pictures and enjoy a beautiful (though cloudy) Atlantic sunset.
4 based on 40 reviews
When I imagined how am I going to spend the day in Portobelo it would like to find a little place like this!On the beach, hippie and shabby ,friendly faces...Well... is the perfect combination, clean but adequate decorated with dusty antiques ,accessible and no aggression, feeling like in other spots in these neighborhoods;La Cazuela De Mariscos exceeded all expectations and we declare this the best seafood soup (stew) we ever had!The Creole cuisine, signature is authentic and fit perfectly into the landscape! There is a pirate who is definitely hidden his treasure here:)Thank you!
4 based on 107 reviews
I stopped here out of curiosity cause it looked like it belonged in pirates of the Caribbean and I wasn't disappointed. The menu is ok, I had a fish place which came out fine and the people I was with also enjoyed their food. It has a really good view of the small bay and I found the place quite appealing. The prices are so/so. Your gonna pay about 15 bucks per plate so it's not gonna be super cheap eats. I am actually glad I stopped here and would come back again.
4 based on 40 reviews
Not often you find a central american restaurant that can prepare a great sauce. That was the case at La Torre last week when we had the Corvina al ajillo (garlic sauce) for lunch. In addition the octopus was wonderful in a dark sauce. If you are in the Portobello area make time for this family owned, clean and comfortable restaurant.
Me encantaron los camarones al ajillo. Estaban riquÃsimos. Pero luego mi estÃ³mago y mi cabeza lo pagaron feo. Esa noche me acostÃ© con unos de los "top 3" peores dolores de cabeza que he sufrido en mi vida. Me tuve que tomar medicina y en cuanto parÃ³ el dolor me dormÃ exhausta. No sÃ© quÃ© ingrediente tenÃa para causar ese tipo de dolor de cabeza, aunque sÃ© que algunos quÃmicos, por ejemplo el monosodio glutamato, estÃ¡n vinculado con migraÃ±as. Y lo del estÃ³mago: No vale la pena contar detalles, basta con decir que lo pasÃ© mal. Aunque los meseros se confundieron un poco en los pedidos, la verdad es que son muy amables. Es triste porque la verdad es que la comida estaba rica y nuestro mesero y mesera muy muy amables, pero mi cuerpo tuvo una reacciÃ³n fuerte a la comida y eso tiene que ser por algo.
Hotel was charming and the restaurant served scrumptiously prepared dishes! Some of the people behind the bar were not fully knowledgeable of the hotel's snorkeling equipment stash and as such sent us to an island without equipment despite the fact we clarified we needed it and the attendant said we could get it on the island - no we had to get it from him from behind the bar. Aside from this the hostess was very helpful and I would stay here again and again!
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