Back in PC, we stayed again with City Suites Panama ($45) and the manager, Alfredo, upgraded us to a huge one bedroom apartment for free! We took a cab back to Casco Viejo, in search of Ceviche-Seviche, which had been recommended to us by Contadora friends. The cab driver didn't know where it was, so he dropped us to wander. Luckily we bumped into it without too much problem. Let me say that I would have been happy walking miles through a cockroach filled sewage ditch if Ceviche-Seviche was the end result. I'm sure most people know, but ceviche is raw fish/seafood marinated in lime. I adore it. This place took my adoration to a whole 'nother level. The setting is a small, hip, dining area with a few tables and a counter filled with different flavors of ceviche.
The menu boasts unique flavor combinations that sent my heart into palpitations.
|additional ceviches were not listed on menu|
While we were contemplating, the lovely lady behind the counter began to ply us with samples. Unbelievable. TH quickly chose the Passionfruit-Curry, but I had to go with the sampler option, in which I could select four flavors. I feasted on Passionfruit-Curry, Cajun Pineapple, Spicy Mango, and a reddish mystery flavor, whose sample had sold me, but was not listed on the menu.
TH, resting his belly, after consuming copious amounts of ceviche.
We then enjoyed a gorgeous walk along the water back to the business district.
We (TH) wanted to stay up late again to look for Colombian super models, but I don't think we made it past 10 pm. They must come out at midnight...? The guidebook doesn't really say.
Question: How many languages do you speak?