When reading partitioned files from S3 and using filters to select partitions, the reader will send list requests each time read_table() is called.
This is not a problem if done once, but repeated calls to select different partitions lead to a large amount of (slow and potentially expensive) S3 list requests.
Current workaround is to list and filter partition structure manually, however this is not nearly as convenient as using filters.
If we know that the S3 prefixes did not change, it should be possible to do recursive list only once and load different data multiple times (using only S3 get requests). I suppose this should be possible by using ParquetDataset, however current implementation only allows filters in constructor and not in the read() method.