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Reviewed 28 October 2016 via mobile

When we arrived to taboga the first thing that they told to us was that this restaurant was really awesome. But isn't all true. The food was average.. my friend just ate like a spoon of her food but the service was very good! They...bring transportation if u eat there.More

Date of visit: September 2016
Reviewed 28 August 2016

This is a low end restaurant. We stopped in with friends because of a low priced offer for a whole red snapper but got some other tiny fish (not snapper) no more than 5 inches long. The fish was badly cooked and we had to...order food because it was so little. We took a peek at the kitchen and lack of cleanliness and ate no more. They offer a free ride around town to bring you there when the other good places are just 1 second to 3 minutes walk from the pier. We cannot recommend this place.More

Date of visit: July 2016
Reviewed 26 July 2016

Good food and they deliver to the beach area. Didn't visit the restaurant. Good seafood and ceviche.

Date of visit: July 2016
Reviewed 26 February 2016

The town is small so walking to the edge takes less than 10 minutes. This restaurant is an outdoor patio with an owner who speaks English and has a good cook. Our first stop there was for a pipa, coconut milk in the shell, which...he keeps in the freezer so it's deliciously cold. $1.50. Our second stop there was for a fish lunch, fried whole small ocorvina with rice and beans and a bit of salad. Not a huge meal but for $5 it was great. Balboa beer was 1.50. We've only found it that inexpensive in one other place we've been to. There's no view to the water but it's a relaxed and friendly place.More

Date of visit: February 2016
Reviewed 26 November 2015

When back 2 years later, still very local, the place was very busy for lunch and the owner was very friendly and the food was excellent with couple atlas to go with it . Love this place

Date of visit: November 2015
Reviewed 8 December 2013

Service was good and the beer was cold! Nothing fancy, but it fits the bill when you are on an island with limited options. I ordered the whole fish which was very good, took a little extra work to get around the bones but it...was delish. My husband had the fried chicken which was crispy and hot. It looked like they were also preparing food to be sold on the beach in town which is a very popular spot for food stalls. This was a typical Panamanian meal, inexpensive and filling. Worth a stop.More

Date of visit: November 2013
Reviewed 10 April 2012

Quant café on the Island of Taboga which is located near the mouth of the Panama Canal on the Pacific side. The cafe is located on the only (narrow) street which is golf cart wide size-only small cars & golf carts on the island. Open...air, good food,, good prices, “do drop in” for a meal if you are on Taboga, if you are in Panama don’t miss a visit to Taboga about a 35 minute boat ride from Amador, Panama. The cafe is a short "hike" up the hill from the boat landing.More

Date of visit: January 2012
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