This busy, out-of-the-way dim sum palace might offer the most classic Panama City restaurant experience. It's best at breakfast, as is the Cantonese way, though you can stick around for midday or dinner to find no-frills Chinese-Panamanian classics like chow mein, which was created in the Caribbean, and is served in Panama with shredded carrots, cabbage, and pork or chicken. More than 40 varieties of dim sum are pushed around on carts, from which diners choose what they want as it passes. Even if you eat more than you should it is difficult to spend a lot of money here. The interior covers two floors in traditional style, looking like any glossy oversized Chinese restaurant in the world.