A frenzy of Asia-inspired tapas, in which Ly Leap shows off his expertise with spices, citrus and aromatic herbs. This place is crazy: 1000m2 of jungle, where the tables are tiny islands suspended above water, with fish and everything.
This restaurant, owned by Chinese from Shanghai, offers an overview of different traditional cuisines from Southeast Asia, combined with innovative cooking styles and fresh, quality produce, with no monosodium glutamate or golden dragons. They make excellent Japanese noodles and an unforgettable duck with soy sauce.
This place demonstrates the close links between Asian and Spanish tapas.
This is Shunka’s twin brother, and is a more sophisticated version; the menu is so extensive that you need to order at least eight dishes to get an idea of all the wonderful things they do here with sushi.
Half-delicatessen, half-cafe, this fantastic little Thai restaurant serves delicious Thai curries, heavy on the spiciness. And also excellent Thai beer to cool the inner fires brought on by the curries.
Far removed from the sumptuous style of other Indian restaurants (and this is reflected in the price), Om India focuses on the Punjab region, producing dishes that are at the same time simple and generous (and their poppadoms are particularly popular).
Luxurious Arab restaurant that exudes an exquisite oriental and Mediterranean air, with dishes such as the Lebanese fattoush salad and various tajines.