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Most people don't stop in Barcelona to check out the Chinese cuisine, but Out of China helps satisfy any longing for dim sum or egg rolls. Serving up "homemade" Chinese food, the restaurant features traditional noodle, vegetable, beef, seafood, and chicken delicacies. Out of China is one of the only restaurants in Barcelona to offer dim sum along with various dishes not often found in the middle of Spain.
Bustling with Chinese expats, Chen Ji is among the best place for a taste of authentic Chinese in the area. A no-frills eatery, their generously delicious portions and cheap prices have made a hit among locals. If you get confused by their extensive menu, just asked their servers for some help. You can be sure that everything is fresh and tastes good. Some of their popular items include the noodles, xiao long bao (pan dumplings), fried rice and Peking duck. Complement your meal with some Chinese beer.
With the Confucian temple columns of Kong Maio Pavilion and the murals of Buddhist sculptures, the interior of Memorias de China will enchant you. The design was created by owner, Lam Cheun Ping, who is an actor and director of many kung-fu films. He enjoys discussions with patrons after they finish a savory meal. The cuisine is prepared by only the finest chefs from the best restaurants in London's Oriential kitchen.