This is always my stop for breakfast. Not haute cuisine otherwise but everything I had there was well cooked and great value. In the evening several glasses of Bacardi 8 and bowls of clams.
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Stopped in a for a late lunch at Manolo's. The restaurant is large with outdoor seating. The menu is extensive and offers a large variety of pizzas, sandwiches, pasta, and seafood. The waitress was very patient in explaining the specials and the menu items. Seafood...More
I've come here for years and it has gotten progressively worse. The food was something I always looked forward to. Not any longer. The ceviche was pretty good. But the corvina tasted undercooked and the patacónes were not fresh. Almost like microwaved to be warm....More
Second time at this place, as always the Corvina al ajillo was great. We got clams in garlic sauce and they were very good, with real panamenian clams. I ordered Sancocho and it was good. They advertise Pizza but when we ordered, they told us...More
This restaurant is located near by Veneto hotel, very busy area. Their menu has a broad selections of food, from Panamanian local dishes to international dishes. The food tastes OK, and it was affordable.
I love Manolo's ... not only because you can get almost anything from pizza, pasta, seafood, steak, sandwiches etc. but also because it is open until about 1 or 1:30 am weekdays and because you get to see so many different characters there. Solid food,...More
Went for lunch. Ordered Traditional local dish called Sancocho, wich is a chicken stew. Came with white rice and freshly toasted bread basket. Very good price only 5.95. Satisfying and tasty. Great for on the budget eating. Large menu for other options.
La comida muy normal a precios altos, la limpieza deficiente, bien situado, el sitio necesita una reforma urgente ya que se ve viejo. .Very average food at high prices, poor cleaning, well located, the place needs an overhaul as it looks old.