Top ten Chinese restaurants in Barcelona, Spain
Have you dreamed of an escape from the mundane? Of a veritable journey into the land of the voluptuos and sensual?
Succumb to the temptation of dining out on the mouth-watering Chinese fare during your trip to Barcelona but first check out our guide to top Chinese eateries of the Catalan capital.
One of the best Chinese restaurants in Barcelona, Son Hao is prized for its sweet pork, ambrosial fried rice & noodles.
It is situated at Carrer de Muntaner, 66 66 (between Aragó st & Consell de Cent st), and works from 12.30pm to 3.30pm and from 7.00pm to 11pm.
Don't miss out on the ambrosial Chinese dumplings and Taiwanese braised pork, two of the main dishes on the menu.
Note that the menu is reasonably priced, making the Chinese restaurant one of the best Chinese restaurants Barcelona has to OFFER.
Located in Eixample district, Melo Jia is a trendy restaurant done out in a modern fashion.
Here you can not only delight in the authentic Chinese food in an authentic Chinese restaurant but also try out the house's non-pareil specialties such as its fried noodles, and dim sum dumplings.
Renowned for its steamed dim sums and mouth-watering giozas the restaurant is not just a nice spot to eat out with friends on great food and be served by incredibly knowledgeable staff, but also see for yourself the real artwork that the restaurant offers.
Apart from amazing food, Mian, one of the most authentic Chinese restaurants in Barcelona is frequented not only by foodies but also art aficionados, given its cool location and nice decor.
Check out the cosy cool interior of the place and bring your Chinese friend to check out how big portions are, how friendly staff are and how super nice is the food.
Out of China
Known for its meat a great chef, and unique dining experience, Out of China is popular with locals and foreigners.
It is highly recommended thanks to its quality of food, and rare delicacies such as the Peking duck and choice Chinese seafood.
Lying in Barrio Gothico, Lady Dumpling, one of the best Chinese restaurants in Barcelona, offers a unique experience combining delicious food, amazing time, extremely friendly staff, and great portion size.
Head here to try out ambrosial home-made dumplings and feel that Barcelona is not just a European town but a veritable metropolis at the crossroads between the East and West.
Known for reasonable prices, tasty food, arguably the best budget Chinese food in Barcelona, and good choice Chen Ji is an iconic address in Barcelona.
Food lovers from all over Spain and the world head to this corner of Chinatown, situated just a short walk away from Arc de Triomf to tuck into its delectable stir-fries, yummy noodles and really delicious dumplings.
It is not just cheap but also boasts great ambiance and splendid reviews. Imagine how pleasant a romantic meal for two can be in this temple of Asian cuisine.
Memorias de China
Open from 1pm to 3.45pm and from 8.45pm to 11.30, the Memorias de Chinais is arguably the most authentic Chinese restaurant in Barcelona.
Situated at Carrer de Lincoln 17, it serves luscious Chinese delicacies such as its enticing Peking Duck and tasty dim sums that will pamper the palates of even the most jaded of the Chinese food gourmands.
Head to Memorias de China to try out some of the best Chinese food in Barcelona, and spend the time of your lifetime.
Here you can not just eat out on some of the best Chinese meat and seafood but also take pleasure in its drop-dead authentic Chinese restaurant interior, and expect to take great pictures for your Instagram feed to share with your loved back home and leave some great reviews.
Wok to Walk
Part of an international chain of eateries , Wok to Walk Barcelona is a tribute to the European standard of food-making (the first branch was launched in Amsterdam), and its culture of eating out, along with extensive menu, and a nice chilled city vibe.
Make your way to Wok to Walk for its authentic dishes and its ambrosial cuisine, the main ingredient for a nice romantic dinner, eating Chinese food and not tapas or any other local dish.
Loved for its yummy Tom Yam Soup, and Shanghai Sliced Lamb Shanghai Stories is a fusion take on Chinese and Indo-Chinese cuisines.
Here you can eat out on delicious Asian food, and have a truly unique experience for you and your loved ones.
Note that visiting the restaurant is recommended with your significant other, a great treat on a city break to Barcelona to try out its Chinese cuisine and its ambrosial dishes. Taste the Taste of China in a family setting!
Restaurante China Crown Barcelona
Situated at 48 Calle Casp, the eatery is housed in an early work by the famous Spanish architect Antonio Gaudi. Here you can find mouthwatering seafood, and some of the main treats of a nice Chinese tasting menu.
Even though many think Barcelona is best for Catalan and the Mediterranean cuisine, the Catalan capital is a veritable cultural melting pot.
Here you can find not only Catalan, Spanish and Chinese cuisines but also a lot of Mediterranean and Indian options to eat. Continue to explore and eat your way through Barcelona's most authentic Chinese restaurant before plunging into the world of Indian, Moroccan, Japanese and even African food.