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Top Chinese restaurants in Madrid

Written by Miguel

A capital city bustling with life, Madrid has plenty to offer you when it comes to food. Not only will you get to try the best of Spain’s gastronomical traditions, you’ll also have easy access to top quality food from all over the globe. For a long time now, Chinese food has been a favourite of people everywhere in the world, and madrileños are no exception. We have created a list with the top Chinese restaurants in Madrid so that you can enjoy the wonders of this unique brand of Asian cuisine in-between your adventures in the city!

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Tse Yang

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While it can be quite expensive, Tse Yang should be on the top of the list for those looking for the best Cantonese cuisine in Madrid. A part of the Villa Magna hotel, this Chinese restaurant offers one of the best gourmet dining experiences in the city. With an inspired mixture of traditional and modern recipes served in either one of its carefully decorated interior rooms or its breathtaking patio, a meal at Tse Yang is worth every cent of the bill. If you can’t decide what to order from its rich and varied menu, we recommend that you first try their absolutely exquisite Peking duck.

Address: Paseo de la Castellana, 22.

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Ni Hao

If you find yourself craving Chinese food while in the northside of the city, pick one of Ni Hao’s two excellent restaurants in the area and you’ll soon be a happy camper. In addition to a very friendly service and top quality food made with the best ingredients, Ni Hao also offers great prices, with complete daily menus below 12€. If you’d rather sample their extensive carte, we suggest you start your meal with their uniquely flavorful dumpling soup.

Addresses: Calle de Arturo Soria, 335 and Calle de Príncipe Carlos, 19.

El Bund

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The door to El Bund is a door to China itself. With an immersive decoration that will take you on a trip to the east sans the nagging jet lag, this Madrid restaurant is a solid favourite for lovers of Chinese food. More than a meal, a visit to El Bund is an experience – the soft music, the brilliantly designed menus, the pleasant staff and, of course, the food, make it the perfect place for spending quality time with friends, family or significant others. With prices far too low considering all it offers in return, we really couldn’t recommend it enough.

Address: Calle de Arturo Baldasano, 22.

Now you know where to have a delicious Oriental meal during your stay in Madrid. Which one of these Chinese restaurants will you try first? Let us know using the comment box below. Have fun in the capital of Spain!

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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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