Asian Restaurants in Barcelona

Affluent / Ambient / Art Gallery / Artsy / Asian / Asian Restaurant / Chill / Conversational / Courtyard / Creative / Dressy / Early 30s / Expensive / Japanese Food / Japanese Restaurant / Jeans / Late 20s / Low key / Moderate / Outdoor Area / Smart Casual / Sophisticated / Tea House

Akashi Gallery - Art Gallery | Asian Restaurant | Japanese Restaurant | Tea House in Barcelona.
Marlyn M.

"Great ..." more

Address:

Carrer del Rosselló, 197
08036 Barcelona

Liked By:

20s and up / Asian Food / Asian Restaurant / Chinese Food / Club / Clubwear / Conversational / DJ / Dance Floor / Dancing / Dinner / Flirty / Good Looking / High End / Exclusive / High End Restaurant / Hip / Hip-Hop / Japanese Food / Long Lines / Lounge / Lunch / No cover charge / Performance / R&B / Restaurant / Seafood / Sexy / Smart Casual / Steak / Sushi / Terrace / Theme Nights / Tough Door / Trendy Crowd / Trendy Vibe

Shoko - Asian Restaurant | Club | Lounge | Restaurant in Barcelona.

Party Earth Review Shoko is one of the hippest places on the beach to grab lunch or linger over dinner, but once the clock strikes midnight, this trendy restaurant and lounge kicks into full swing as a club with a style all its own. Tables are cleared away to make room for a spacious dance floor among the gigantic bonsai trees, flashing ... more

Address:

Passeig Maritim, 36
08003 Barcelona

Liked By:

Barcelona Asian Restaurants Overview

Akashi Gallery - Art Gallery | Asian Restaurant | Japanese Restaurant | Tea House in Barcelona

Barcelona’s cuisine is famous for its traditional Spanish and Catalan fare and its ability to channel the city’s creative energy and infuse modern techniques into its food scene. Being such an international city, Barcelona boasts eateries from all different ethnicities. With such a large Middle Eastern and Asian immigrant community, it’s no wonder that there are tons of outstanding Asian restaurants all over Barcelona.

A traditional Japanese tea house, the Akashi Gallery in L’Eixample combines the ancient customs of Japanese tea-drinking with the modern desire to join food and art into one shared experience. A tranquil and relaxed environment, Akashi is the perfect place to step back from the fast-paced city life and enjoy a cup of tea and authentic Japanese food as if it were in Tokyo and not Barcelona.

For a more upscale experience, the famous nightclub Shoko is actually a restaurant by trade. With Chinese, Vietnamese, and Japanese options on the impressive menu to go along with their equally impressive DJ lineups, an entire night can be spent at Shoko for food, drinks, and dancing.

Lovers of Asian cuisine should definitely feel confident eating in the city as there is an assortment of delicious and affordable Barcelona Asian restaurants all over.

Book Now and Save at Hotels.com

Are we missing a venue or event?
Find your scene