Panama Ricuras de Colón Restaurant

Ricuras de Colón

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visitor22-39_page_32_image_0003Panama Ricuras de Colón Restaurant. The best way to know a destination is through its cuisine, and in the case of the province of Colon, this is a varied and unique style of cooking based on Caribbean flavors and often served with a ‘chombo’ sauce which is quite spicy. The most outstanding specialties are fried foods and seafood, accompanied with coconut rice, “patacones” ( crisp-fried plantain) with fried fish and snacks like “carimañolas” ( yucca dough with meat or chicken filling) sweet plantain and the famous “saus” (made with pork leg, onion, lemon, cucumber and spice).

Lovers of this cuisine no longer need to travel to the province of Colón to try some of these delights. “Ricuras de Colón” (Delights from Colon) is a new Caribbean food restaurant located in the lively bar and restaurant area on Calle Uruguay, Bella Vista.

Panama Ricuras de Colón Restaurant

Panama Ricuras de Colón Restaurant: authentic dishes from the country’s Atlantic Coast.

The restaurant has a cozy ambience, ideal for family and casual dining. Their specialized menu offers dishes made with original ingredients from the province of Colon prepared by the experienced chef, Ingrid Perez, herself a Colon native.

Among the most outstanding dishes of this restaurant are the “Scobich”, served with coconut rice, salad and sweet plantain, also the stuffed fish, prepared with spice and a variety of herbs such as cilantro and onion. They also serve varieties of fried fish, and “empanadas” (pasties) and different executive menus every day.

Tapas, snacks and traditional drinks are available and every Friday, “Saus” is served, made with fresh ingredients and authentic Caribbean seasoning. It is worth mentioning that this is the only restaurant in Panama City to serve this dish.

“Ricuras de Colón” serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and is open Monday through Wednesday from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Thursday and Friday from 7 a.m. to 12 midnight; Saturdays 12 noon to 12 midnight and Sundays from 12 noon to 3 p.m.

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