Spanish restaurants in Beijing serving tapas, fish, pulses, hams and other cuisine from Spain.
Spanish and Mediterranean inspired cuisine from restaurant helmed by award winning chef Jordi Valles.
This Beijing veteran has served up authentic, unpretentious Spanish fare since 1998. The sangria and gazpacho are delicious, but the bistro style setting feels worn out.
Customers of all nationalities frequent this cozy Spanish restaurant decorated in a tasteful style.
The emphasis at this World City spot is on wine, with the culinary focus on the owners' Basque roots.
Nali Mall s Tapas has reopened as Carmen in an attractive whitewashed building across the street.
A rare find in Beijing, this Shanghai transplant is a classy, unpretentious wine bar, with reasonable prices and decent food (tapas).
Headed by chefs from Spain and decorated with Miro-esque paintings, this stylish restaurant serves up a wide selection of modern Spanish tapas with a good wine selection.
Located on the west side of The Village at Sanlitun, facing Yashow Market, Olas is a tapas restaurant from the same people behind the similarly themed Mare.
This Spanish restaurant.consists of three floors: the first is a bar and lounge, the second is for tapas, and the top floor focuses on fine dining.
The citys first shop to focus exclusively on gourmet Spanish food and wine, Taste of Spain has one room dedicated to Spanish delicatessen products and the other packed with Spanish vino and cava.
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