This intimate restaurant, carved out of a meticulously restored colonial building that also houses the Las Clementinas boutique hotel, is one of Casco's most stylish. The bar area is exceptionally lovely, though I still prefer the patios, if the temperature allows it. One outdoor space is lined with towering palm trees, and the other is a secret garden beside the old city wall that was hidden from view for decades. The kitchen turns out excellent versions of classic international comfort foods with touches of Panama. There's gaucho, a Caribbean-style seafood risotto, and a sea bass burger with ginger and sriracha aioli, as well as various fried snacks. The weekend prix-fixe brunch ($29.50) comes with an appetizer, main course, and two Bloody Marys or mimosas, and is quite popular.