I went to Las Clementinas for a business lunch, so although I didn't actually pay the bill, I made a quick calculation and think it was quite pricey. Still, the food was very good and creative, a fusion between Panamanian/tropical flavors and fine cuisine. I really enjoyed the usual Panamanian ingredients used in an European way; for example, sweet plantain with brie cheese, or cassava croquettes. Those were great!
As usual, with such creative cuisine, you probably need a translator to understand what the menu items are, and we did have an issue with our server regarding this: we asked him what "conchuela" was, which seemed to be a mollusk to us, and he told us it was something like a crab leg. It turned out to be a mollusk, as we expected.
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