The food vendors right outside the entrance of the seafood market seemed to have organized and created a simple, but effective row of restaurants of local specialties at very moderate prices. No luxury dining here, just outdoors, with the boisterous sounds of music from each kiosk blasting, until one mercifully tones it off to enjoy real Panamanian food, with local and afroantillina influences. As crazy as it is, one must try it to experience a truly Panamanian experience. The rice flavored with coconut and pigeon peas, was just amazing, accompany with prawns in a creole sauce. My husband had a huge whole seabass (corvina) topped with a seafood sauce, with the coconut rice and ripe plaintain. I've never seen him enjoy his food that much, even though, he is not used to whole fish, but filet. The whole thing is a great experience and highly recommended. P.S. Don't forget the ceviche from the girl at the very first stand to the right as you enter the fish market. It's the best. And take a tour of the seafood market and enjoy the catch of the day, you might be surprised at what you find.
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