In the heart of Barcelona’s Eixample district, a Xian warrior guards the entrance to Out of China, been carefully prepared to provide a delicious culinary experience offering the best Chinese food in Barcelona. We cannot remain indifferent to its ravioli with duck and grilled foie, or the surprise of melted cheese in the noodles with prawns, and the crunchy fish with pine kernels and sweet and sour sauce, as well as classic favourites that include crispy duck, dim sum, and a variety of meat, fish, vegetarian dishes and gluten free food bursting with oriental flavour.
Fine lamps illuminate the tables and cast their light on the oriental motifs which decorate the walls of this unique chinese restaurant. Its ambience is also reflected through subtle music and costume of the waiters, reminiscent of a cosmopolitan Shanghai of the 1940s. The austere and elegant installations, and friendly service managed by maitre d’ Chenqui Wang restaurant a real treat for those wanting a special dining experience in Barcelona. Out of China seats 120 people, and gives both a sense of space and intimacy.
Founded in 2002, Out of China offers a pioneering chinese menu which was created through its desire to integrate. In this encounter of civilisations, which harmonises the old world and the new, the local and the exotic, the result is a fresh and delicious cuisine which is modern, and respects the traditions of oriental cuisine.