ok place with average food. I had a beef carpaccio appetizer and a seafood soup. Others had a pasta and salmon. The place is kind of cold, like a italian wannabe decoration. Not worth it unless is your only option.
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Excellent experience... Atmosphere was delightful, food was delicious, service was on point, price is very reasonable. Appetizer selection is deadly good - especially the salmon carpaccio (Wow). Considering this is Panama, it is quite nice to have a good Italian option within the city.
My wife and I visited Tre Scalini as it was close to out Hotel (DobleTree). The place is nicely decorated, with an upscale feel, good service, and good lighting. I had a Fettuccine a la Puttanesca, which was very good, al dente, with rich flavor...More
My husband enjoyed a lovely dinner and nice wine at this restaurant while staying at the Panama Marriott. It is very close so we actually walked. Very reasonably priced wine and of course great seafood selections. No reservations were necessary on a week night.
Delicious, rich pastas in generous servings; delicately breaded eggplant starter; fine salad. Relatively limited menu but nice choices and daily specials to select from as well. Excellent service. It was a lovely lunch. Now located In a refurbished old home on 52nd Street between Frederico...More
We dined at Tre Scalini this evening (11/22/2016). We have visited Panama City many, many times in the past 15 years or so ... and this is probably one of the best meals we have had here ... possibly one of the best meals we...More
Food is very good and service very good - You will not leave thinking its the best meal of your life but it is a great place and wine by the bottle is not overpriced.
If there had been more than just us in the restaurant (but Panama were playing at home against Mexico!) this would have been excellent. We were staying nearby and came across this by chance. The service was great, food tasty and the whole restaurant was...More
I had the ravioli and a really good glass of wine. Nothing earth shattering but it wasn't bad either. The bread used for the bruschetta was too chewy...i like it a little more toasted.
I recently visited Panama and stayed across the street from Tre Scalini. I went there two nights and both times was treated with outmost courtesy and the food was exquisite! I had salmon the first time and corvina the second time. I strongly recommend the...More