Restaurants

Top Choice Asian in Los Cristianos, Playa de Las Américas & Costa Adeje

The Oriental Monkey

Voted top Canary Island international restaurant in 2013 and with celebrated chef, Nacho Hernández at the helm, this gourmet restaurant combines exotic decor with an exotic menu of innovatively prepared Asian-inspir…
Japanese in La Rambla & Barri Gòtic

Koy Shunka

Down a narrow lane north of the cathedral, Koy Shunka opens a portal to exquisite dishes from the East – mouth-watering sushi, sashimi, seared Wagyu beef and flavour-rich seaweed salads are served alongside inventiv…
Japanese in La Sagrada Família & L'Eixample

Can Kenji

If you want to go Japanese in Barcelona, this is the place. The chef of this understated little izakaya (the Japanese version of a tavern) gets his ingredients fresh from the city's markets, with traditional Japanes…
Japanese in La Sagrada Família & L'Eixample

Koyuki

This unassuming basement Japanese diner is one of those rough-edged diamonds that it pays to revisit. Sit at a long table and order from the cheesy menu complete with pictures courtesy of the Japanese owner – you wo…
Southeast Asian in Palma de Mallorca

Koh

This stylish, friendly Southeast Asian restaurant in Santa Catalina prepares (chiefly Thai) curries, soups and stir-fries with real panache. The flavours are punchy, whether you go for bouncy prawn and chive dumplin…
Asian in Malasaña & Chueca

Tuk Tuk Asian Street Food

A hard hitter in Madrid’s culinary revolution, Tuk Tuk cooks up authentic comfort food from Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore and more. Also served: signature dishes like Nathan Road Noodles, a twist on a Chinese favou…
Chinese in La Sagrada Família & L'Eixample

Mr Kao

An elegant Shanghai-style dim sum restaurant within the grand Hotel Claris. Top-flight dumplings are not cheap, but every bite is a joy; the jiao zi with pig's trotters are especially good, as are the siu mai with l…
Japanese in La Ribera

Nakashita

Brazil's particular immigration story means it has a tradition of superb Japanese food, and the Brazilian chef at Nakashita is no slouch, turning out excellent sashimi, maki rolls, soft shell crab and kakiage (a mix…
Thai in Camp Nou, Pedralbes & La Zona Alta

Bangkok Cafe

If you're craving Thai cuisine, it's well worth making the trip out to Bangkok Cafe, which serves up spicy green papaya salad, tam yam kung (spicy prawn soup), crispy prawns with plum sauce, red curries and other st…
Thai in Gràcia & Park Güell

Banna

Set on a pretty square in Gràcia, this enticing new eatery brings classical cooking from Thailand to a city much lacking in Southeast Asian options. The menu is quite large, with standouts like fish cakes, beef sala…