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Posted by Anonymous on 09/19/2014
We drove one hour to get to Kelso but it was worth the drive. My fiancé is Panamanian and hasn't had an authentic meal in over 13 years. I researched the area and only found one Panamanian restaurant which was Kelso. So for the first time on his birthday I surprised him with a Trip to have a taste of Panama. He was so pleased, (and he's very particular with his food) He was so happy he goes any chance he can get! Kelso....best ever!!!!
Posted by Anonymous on 09/09/2014
My husband and I love love Kelso's soup. My husband and I live in Florida and We travel once or twice a year to NY our first stop in Brooklyn is to Kelso restaurant to have their soup. I also look forward for Saturday for the mondongo with white rice.
Posted by sexytita22 on 09/24/2011
I'm Panamanian and I love the food from my heritage we live in Staten Island and every Saturday we come to Brooklyn and shop especially for things we can't get out here, so before we leave we go to kelso and buy food along with the frituras cooked and not cooked we freeze it for later use. I love my Panamanian food. especially the mondongo with white rice yummy
Posted by Ray G on 09/17/2011
I am a puerto rican with a huge appetite for panamanian food, loved it. Service was great.The menu had a typical list of original selection. Loved it all around
Posted by Anonymous on 03/27/2011
I'm a Brooklyn native and my girlfriend did Peace Corps in Panama. We live in the neighborhood and both love this food! Sopa de Res, Hojaldres and Pollo Guisado are our favorites. The service is wonderful, the people are very friendly. The recent renovations are a nice addition too. An overall A+!
Posted by Anonymous on 03/17/2011
im panamenian myself and i love all the frituras they have such as; ojaldas, empanadas,carimañolas, tortillas, picadillo, chorizos, etc. I go with my family on sundays and we always stuffed ourselves. the food is great like the mondongo with white rice , the spare ribs and the potato salad or regular, also the soup is great too with dumplings yum!!....drinks is great too saril[sorrel], kool aid from panama, chicheme[hominy corn], and the sous[cow foot in vinegar] :D
Posted by Maria on 03/12/2011
I am panamanian, so I know this is some good food. went with my fam for breakfast, we stuffed ourselves. ojaldras, empanadas, saril, everything was awesome, and at the end i topped it off with sous!!! delish!!