while you will enjoy a great meal, you will learn about the history and traditions of the local Maya people. The owner tells the story, his wife does the kitchen (yes, very traditional), and his daughters with company do the Marimba music. Miguel is a good showman and entertainer, but his wife is as good in the kitchen. The only negativ point I might have: you have to come here once during your stay in Pana, but you will hardly come twice, even if the food would be worth it. but to hear the same story again, might be too much. however, that one evening here is a must.
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