World cuisine finds a home in Clayton

Fork-tender BBQ rack of boneless pork ribs served with “chicharrones” (pork cracklins)

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Signatures Grill and Bistro

Grilled octopus stewed with garbanzos

Grilled octopus stewed with garbanzos.

Signatures Grill and Bistro

Clayton, Plaza Clayton PH
Monday Closes
Tuesday – Thursday
12-4 p.m.; 6-9 p.m.
Friday  12 – 9:30 p.m.
Saturday  3 – 9:30 p.m.
Sunday  12 – 9 p.m.

Chef Anibal Chiari (left) with business partner Paulo Franco

Chef Anibal Chiari (left) with business partner Paulo Franco.

For a chef to be good, he must have the best training. For a chef to be great, he must know how to translate that knowledge into finely honed dishes that satisfy the palate as well as the heart. At Signatures in Clayton, Chef Anibal Chiari conjures up that special culinary magic that has granted him a loyal following.

With a background that includes Le Cordon Bleu credentials, Chiari conveys casual finesse in the kitchen. He knows how to handle ingredients well, coaxing out their best features with ease, something evidenced with every succulent bite.

Grilled vegetables, spectacular to look at and eat

Grilled vegetables, spectacular to look at and eat.

Signatures serves a wide variety of desserts

Signatures serves a wide variety of desserts.

Fork-tender BBQ rack of boneless pork ribs served with “chicharrones” (pork cracklins)

Fork-tender BBQ rack of boneless pork ribs served with “chicharrones” (pork cracklins).

Chef Anibal is attentive to every guest’s needs. Any dietary restrictions can be accommodated. Signatures features an executive lunch menu Tuesday – Friday from 12 – 2:30 p.m. On Thursday nights from 6 – 9 p.m. ladies receive free sangria. On Friday, a happy hour takes place from 4 – 7 p.m. with an “open-mic” available for the musically inclined.

Learn more at Facebook.com/SignaturesPanama

For starters, try the popular Mexican sopes

For starters, try the popular Mexican sopes.

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