Yesterday evening we decided to return to the new Mosto Restaurant. Here is the menu for this week.
The bottom part of the menu, that is obscured by the flash, says to ask for the pastries of the day.
One in the party was not all that hungry and ordered Oyster mushroom soup. Everyone tried it and it was excellent. Had I known how good it was going to be, I would have had one before my main dish.
Another ordered a beef fillet with a vodka sauce and sauteed potatoes. Again, we all sampled it and it also was excellent. It was ordered medium and came out medium. The sauce was very interesting. It is not apparent in the photo, but the size of the fillet was a very nice size.
I ordered a pasta with chicken. Everyone agreed that it also was excellent. The sauce was extremely good. I hated to see the last drop leave the bowl.
There were two pastries to choose from. One was a fruit crape. I took the second which was called savyon. It was a fruit dessert with ice cream and what I think was a toasted crape. The crape, if that is what it was, was still warm from the pan. Another surprise was that the fruit had also been heated, which made an interesting contrast with the cold ice cream. It was really quite yummy.
The meal scored high marks with all that were in the party. Based on tonight’s meal, I would say that David is fortunate to have this restaurant. Our waitress was charming, the food was great and our tummies were very contented. It just doesn’t get any better than this.
Mosto Bistro is located in Plaza Real, one block down the street from Oteima. If you go to Mosto’s Bistro, tell them you learned about them from Chiriquí Chatter.