Panamanian Pride

Panama's cuisine is varied, delicious, and exotic, featuring fish and seafood, as well as corn, cassava, poultry, and other meats. Our culinary background comes from the historical influences of the Amerindian, Hispanic, African, Afro-Caribbean, and other cultures in the country.

Communications coordinator Margot López offered us a tour through the natural and cultural history of the Panama isthmus within an impressive structure designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry, the Biomuseum of Panama. In this spectacular place, young and old will be able to learn and understand how the little strip of land that the world now knows as Panama emerged from the ocean and changed the flow of history around the world. Now it's up to you to dare to discover it.

We wonder if Eddie Van Halen and the other guys in the rock band Van Halen, authors and performers of the hugely famous song "Panama", ever thought that the outfits they wore and guitars they played in concert would one day be on display precisely in Panama.

Like many other leaders in the hotel industry, Hotel Trump opted for a restaurant that combines chic dining with Panamanian pride. Tejas is a seafood restaurant that offers patrons an extraordinary culinary experience and the guarantee that many of the vegetables and legumes used in its dishes were grown 100% organically in the highlands of Chiriquí. Tejas assures diners that its seafood is fresh, caught in Panamanian waters in the morning and brought directly to your plate for the evening dinner.

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