Barcelona delves beyond Spanish food, and there's a wide variety of Asian Fusion as well as sushi and Chinese dining options if you're looking for something other than Mediterranean cuisine.
Head into Gracia and you'll find our number four pick. One of the best sushi restaurants in the city, Kibuka is an extremely intimate place, equipped with wooden chairs, an open kitchen and a very relaxed and cozy atmosphere. They don't take reservations, so it's best to show up on the earlier side, especially on weekends.
Slightly more towards the city center, our number six pick for Asian restaurants in Barcelona, is a mix between Asian, Spanish and American. Salero, is one of the most romantic places in the Born, if you're looking to bring a date, out of town guests or just enjoy a fun night out in one of Barcelona's oldest barrios. The menu is an eclectic mix of food, including plenty of Asian dishes amongst many other delicious recipes.
If you're looking for cheap Asian take out, our number ten pick is your best bet. Wok to Walk, arguably the city's best take away, is ideal for those on a budget yet wanting a hearty meal. Vegetarians and carnivores alike can enjoy their take away menu and if it's a nice day out this is the perfect option for having a little picnic on the beach.
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carrer del Sagristans 5
Placa de la Catedral
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