BCNReview

Spanish and Catalan food is delicious, but if you’re here for a while, it’s understandable to want to branch out. Asian food has become a recent obsession in Barcelona, and this inexpensive, delicious spot is all about the dim sum. Skip the duck dumplings, but get everything else. Their sister joint, Red Ant, is more rice and noodle focused.

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