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Top Restaurants for Asian food in Madrid

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Written by Miguel

Due to its rich cultural diversity, Madrid is one of the best cities in the world for foodies. When in town, you not only get a chance to try the best traditional Spanish dishes but you are also be able to easily find restaurants and foods from all over the world.

In fact, you have so many choices that it might sometimes be hard to pick where to go for lunch or dinner – but for those days when you’re craving Asian food and nothing else can satisfy you, we’ve made your choice easier in this article from ShMadrid that features some of the best oriental restaurants in the city.

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Where to find Madrid’s best Asian cuisine

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If you’re looking for the best of Cantonese cuisine, Tse Yang is the place to go. A part of the luxurious Villa Magna hotel, this sophisticated restaurant with glamorous decoration has a vast menu where you’ll find not only all the popular traditional Chinese dishes, but also some bold proposals that promise to surprise you.

We recommend asking for a table in their exquisite garden, where the beautiful surrounding environment is bound to enhance your senses and make your meal truly unforgettable. Tse Yang is in the neighbourhood of Castellana.

Latasia (in Castillejos) is another highly-recommended option on Tripadvisor for Latin-Asian fusion dishes. Their chefs combine cooking styles from Peru, Spain and Singapore to make their dishes sing. This has been voted Madrid’s best restaurant in the past, so we recommend making a reservation to secure a table.

For authentic Thai food, one possibility is Bambúbox, a contemporary family-friendly restaurant located in Madrid’s Chueca neighbourhood.

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If you are interested in trying a Spanish twist on Thai cuisine in Palos de la Frontera, Pui’s Thai Tapas offers, as you can probably guess, Thai food in tapas form, along with normal-sized curries, soups and other plates.

Far from the sophistication and elegance of some of the other restaurants on this list, Donzoko is more of a homey place, a piece of urban Tokyo in the neighbourhood of Cortes. That doesn’t make it any less great – it’s the fact that it’s so genuine and casual that makes it one of the top spots for Asian food in the capital of Spain.

Apart from the amazing food, of course. So, the next time you feel like having some sushi, head to Donzoko, where you can take off your shoes, relax and let your taste buds go on a journey. So there you have it – now you know where to find the best Asian food in Madrid.

What is your favourite place in Madrid for Asian cuisine?

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Miguel is a freelance writer and copywriter who believes that words can really take you places - so hop on his words and dare to discover the wonders of Madrid with him.

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