Parque Omar is where we start our 2.5-hour foodie walking tour. We’ll kick things off by visiting a juice stand for a drink made with some fresh seasonal fruits and veggies. You may be tasting passion fruit for the first time, but you will also taste the sweetest pineapple in the world. Next we’ll stop at an open-air restaurant for appetizers based on traditional Panamanian food like carimañola and hojaldra. From there, meander through the neighborhood to arrive at a casual restaurant where we will taste some dishes inspired by Panama’s diverse and influential immigrants – think asian-style, braised pork belly with greens and white rice and flavorful, mediterranean grilled octopus (included). The tour concludes at a bakery owned and operated by a couple who met at cooking school, where they now apply new techniques to local ingredients to redefine Panamanian desserts like mamallena, which you get to sample.