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Sandeep Lal


Chef Craig Jacobs has been an integral part of our team at Seasons Restaurant and his leadership and spirit of culinary innovation has been supported by the Lucero team. Craig’s efforts in the kitchen have helped Seasons achieve success.

Craig Jacobs has advised us that he will be moving to Panama city to create a new Thai Restaurant. 

Chef Jacobs states that he "sincerely appreciates the opportunities and friendships" developed during his time at Lucero, adding that he wishes everyone at the restaurant "the best of luck in continuing as strong as ever.

With any such departure comes the rewarding task of promoting a worthy replacement to the coveted position of Chef & General manager. Nadine Wilson has worked side by side with chef Jacobs and our team to understand and execute the culinary concepts and dishes at Seasons that Chef Jacobs has created over the past year. 

Nadine, born in South Africa is a Chef and manager with several years of both restaurant ownership and kitchen experience. Nadine is a graduate of the Cordon Bleu school of Culinary Arts. We look to Nadine to continue the culinary experience that Chef Jacobs has created and to bring her own style and flair to our patrons.


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We played golf yesterday at Lucero. My friend Nelson suggested we stay afterward for the Thai Soup. We did and I've never had a better soup. Craig must have left the staff with some very good recipes. Thanks Craig and Sandeep. I met Sandeep and he is a welcoming owner.

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I see that Chef Craig has left, and has been replaced with Chef Nadine & Ms. Claudia Schumann and their excellent culinary team. I visited your restaurant last night for the first time in 2 months, and the new menu offered some amazing fresh items, the food was exquisite, the staff welcoming, and everyone very friendly and attentive. We will be returning often! Thank you for a wonderful restaurant closeby near Jaramillo and Alto Boquete.

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