I visited this restaurant during my short vacation in Barcelona since I am a big fan of asian cuisine.
The first impression was very good, beautiful decor consisting of orchids, plants and fish ponds which the girlfriend loved
The menu is very typical in terms of prices of Asian restaurants, but I felt that the amount of food is very lacking. So I suggest going for the set menus to minimise overspending. The food itself isn't very authentic or amazing, but it is very unique. If you like to try new things then I would recommend this restaurant. It’s important to note that the variety is quite limited, so a warning for the vegetarians: the girlfriend is a vegetarian and she had very limited options.
I definitely enjoyed the unique experience, but I would not go there again if I visit Barcelona again. Finally, try to avoid eating next to kids who feed the fish; you will get water splashed on your face!
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