Via Argentina is the center of many classy and tasteful restaurants, bars and social get together. The area borders the banking district of Panama City, and is so locally situated that one can walk to virtually any desired amenity, available close by.
One merely has to visit this famed entertainment area, and wander around where you will find exactly what sort of restaurant or night out you’re looking for.
For example, if you’re looking for Lebanese food, there’s a restaurant that can satisfy those uncommon culinary needs. The name of this diminutive restaurant is Los Cedros.
While the menu offers sandwiches, soups and salads, its main dishes are Mexican and Lebanese. Here’s where this small establishment excels.
If you want to run away from the steamy temperature you can order Lebanese Lemonade. It comes in various fruit blends and other flavors like the Mint Lemonade. One of the dishes that really stand out is “Mesa Libanesa-Lebanese Table” as it seemed to offer a wide sampling of the various food served as well as the Lebanese Appetizer Plate. They say this plate is for two persons, but you can easily squeeze two more with the amount of food they serve.
Since the owner, Mr. Rodicio Boulos, lived more than twenty-five years in Mexico, you can order Mexican food, even though the Lebanese food is where Los Cedros shines. Some options of Mexican dishes are enchiladas, fajitas and tacos.
Whatever cuisine you decide to try, Lebanese or Mexican, you should definitively end your meal with a glass of Arab Tea. Fresh-brewed tea leaves flavored with cardamom and other spices is poured over fresh mint leaves which produces a sipping beverage that blends perfectly with the meal and is a perfect close to a hearty and enjoyable dining experience at Via Argentina.
Below are two pictures of Los Cedros which I recent shot while scanning Via Argentina for tropical images. Here we go.
There is definitely a venue or adventure spot waiting for you in this entertainment and culinary hot spot in the tropics. The name is…Via Argentina. Good Day.