Category Archives: David Restaurants

Restaurant Mezcla Gourmet in David

Sunday, we tried out a new restaurant. It is Mezcla Gourmet. Here is a Google map to the restaurant. The restaurant is open Monday through Saturday from 7:00 AM until 9:00 PM. Sundays it is open 7:00 AM until 3:00PM. Breakfast is served the entire day.

Being the first day, I was surprised at how polished the service was. Many of the employees in the restaurant spoke English.

Here is a copy of the menu.

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Two chose sandwiches and two of us took burgers. I had the pork burger and Natalie had the beef. All burgers and sandwiches were on home made bread. My pork burger was excellent and Natalie said said her burger was one of the best she had had. Continue reading Restaurant Mezcla Gourmet in David

Pupusas have Returned

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In 2009, we used to walk down our street and have a Salvadorian delicacy called Pupusas. This is a traditional El Salvador dish and it was the first time I had ever had it. It became a weekly ritual.

Here is the post I did showing how pupusas are made.

Now Señora Rosita has started making Puousas again. This time she sends out a WhatsApp message the day she is making them. On the days when she is making then she will take orders from 1:00PM and stops at 7:00PM.

we went by yesterday and had a combination. Yum!

If you live in David and like Pupusas, then you can get on het WhatsApp list to be notified.

Momentos in David

I have had several people tell me about Momentos in David. Last Tuesday, Lilliam, Natalie and I tried it for ourselves.

Coffee, cappuccino. burgers, breakfasts, pastries and more are all available there.
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There is a small amount of seating inside, but a large amount of seating outside. I think the majority of their business must come in the evenings.

Lilliam and I had cappuccinos and I have to say, they set a new standard in cappuccino artwork. Very taste too.

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Natalie went for a frappe.

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Lilliam tried a tart and liked it.

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I ordered a strawberry waffle and everyone liked it.

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It looked like the breakfast and burgers were in the neighborhood of $6+. All prices were consistent with what we ordered.

Here is a Google Map to Momemtos, which is on the south side of the InterAmerican Highway.

If you stop in, tell them you learned about them on Chiriquí Chatter.

Verona Pizza Update

We seem to eat at Verona Pizza every week. Yesterday, I had the pleasure to accompany three lovely ladies to Verona for lunch.

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I noticed a couple of things that I thought were worth mentioning.

Since my first post, Franco has slowly, but continuously made changes to his restaurant. With each change, the restaurant has improved.

He has added seating, curtains, items to the menu. It is easy to see that he reinvests in his restaurant and takes pride in what he does. You can’t help but appreciate his efforts.

Yesterday I noticed he has added take-home Italian bread. We took a loaf home. Another nice touch! Lilliam turned it in to wonderful sandwiches. Perfect! The bread was so good I will probably stop in a couple times a week to get a loaf.

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We topped off our meal yesterday with some Italian desserts. I had rum and raisin ice-cream. Natalie chose Ferro Rocher chocolate ice-cream. Both were great!

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If you haven’t been to Veronas lately, you might want to stop in and see all the changes. It is still the best thin crust pizza in David. Only now there are several other things that may capture your fancy.

100% Mexicano Revisited

It has been a while since I posted eating at 100% Mexicano. Thursday, Natalie and I stopped in for lunch.

Natalie had a Chili Relleano. She said it was very good. It came with rice, a couple tortillas, and a cup of refried beans. The beans are more runny than the TexMex refried beans I am used to, but they are very tasty.

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I had chilaquilas with a side of refried beans. They hit the spot.

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Then Natalie and I shared a dessert called impossible cake. Again, it was tasty and the perfect ending to an enjoyable meal.

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If you stop in, tell them you read about them on Chiriquí Chatter. Here is a Google Map.

La Parrilla de la Estancia – David

After making our weekly run to Hogar Santa Catalina, Natalie and I were starved. I remembered a sandwich shop I hadn’t been to in a long time in Plaza Real. The sandwich shop was gone and in its place was La Parrilla de la Estancia.

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If you have visited any of the food courts in the Panama City Malls, you may have eaten at this restaurant. It specializes in grilled meats. Chicken, pork, beef and they also had a fish fillet.

I had pork chops and Natalie had the fish. We both enjoyed our meals and the quality was very good and the prices were very reasonable.

If you stop in, tell them you heard about them on Chiriquí Chatter.

El Pecado Del Sabor

Recently I received a comment in French, describing a new restaurant in David called El Pecado Del Sabor (The taste of sin). Last week, I decided to try to find it and was successful.

I had hoped it might be another possible Sunday lunch option. Unfortunately it is only open Monday through Saturday from 5:00 PM until 10:00 PM. Maybe when Lilliam returns, we will try it out.

I cropped one of the photos that may give a hint of the origin of the name of the restaurant and the type of food. I thought this took a lot of thought. you will see the background shows Adam and Eve in the garden of Edan and Eve is reaching for the apple.

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You will also notice peppers and olives lend a devilish tone to the photo. If the food is as good as the thought that went into the photo, we will be in for a treat.

Since it will be a while before I get to check it out, you may beat me there. Feel free to leave a comment and tell us how it is.

It is at the intersection of 4th oeste and Calle K norte (not far from the David Ballpark). I got there by turning right on the forth corner after crossing the new InterAmerican Hwy bridge.

You can see there is a large outdoor eating area and I assume inside area as well, but until I go, I can’t be sure.

If you stop in, tell them you heard of them from Chiriquí Chatter.