Description from the publisher
In Spring, of 2006, Panza Restaurant opened its doors in a restored 16th century building in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. Panza is the result of the vision and efforts of the C Group Hotels team, which consists of passionate individuals who work tirelessly towards making Panza a unique gastronomic experience. We bring a new approach to a clean and distinctive cuisine with attention to the flavors. Our guests are welcomed by lush decor and lighting to set the mood for and exceptional experience. The dining room also boasts a lovely bar, and extensive wine collection. A sidewalk cafe graces the historic facade of the The Cervantes. On the open terrace located on the top floor, a party of 50 persons can be comfortably accommodated for special gatherings. Panza brings a lot more to the table than just great food. We focus on creating intricate work of culinary art, where stimulating flavors are juxtaposed and balanced to create the perfect dining experience one can enjoy in each bite. We offer bold and dynamic textures that are as visually appealing as they are succulent. At Panza, we know that the right bottle is the perfect compliment to create a seamless dining experience. Panza’s wine list offers acclaimed wines from a wide variety of regions. We constantly strive to search for wines of interest, whether from a prestigious vineyard or a cozy unknown gem familiar only to the most passionate of wine enthusiasts. Our extensive selection and knowledge allow us to pair the perfect wine according to our guests’ meal and palate, Our staff strives to provide an unforgettable dining experience.
How to get there
Follow the highway until you reach the lagoon and continue past the Capitol Buildings. You will see the old fort on your right as you enter Old San Juan. Take a left at the main plaza and continue straight and swing around Teatro Colon. You will see the parking garage to your left (look for Banco Santender). Parking is available in this garage, so go up the ramp and take a ticket before you find a parking space (you will pay at the cashier's window on the main floor when you are ready to leave the garage. The Cervantes is right across the street from the garage.