After helming some of Madrid's most renowned restaurants (Balzac, Alboroque), Spanish chef Andres Madrigal moved to Panama. In mid-2013 he opened this sleek two-level restaurant in a beautifully renovated building in the Casco Viejo. The restaurant features impossibly pretty waitresses and original stone walls adorned with contemporary artwork. The excitable chef, who has fallen deeply and madly in love with his new country, uses more than 90 percent Panamanian ingredients in a unique style that blends modern Spanish and Mediterranean. The wine list is excellently chosen and reasonably priced. Tasting menus are also available.