Chinese restaurant Wang Wang, Madrid
The Wang Wang restaurant is another of the Chinese in Madrid that are frequented by people who want to eat real Chinese food.
It's a place to eat cheap , simple, half crappy as it should be a good Chinese, which is located right in front of another of my favorite Chinese restaurants in Madrid: the Jin-Jin.
In the Wang Wang restaurant , you will find a quite extensive menu, with some dishes similar to those of its neighbor Jin-Jin, and a few others that do not have there.
The letter is ENOUGH disordered, has handwritten parts, tachones, dishes that are only written in Chinese (that's a good sign), suddenly there are several items of soups, then noodles, then vegetables and then again more soups , finally, you have to be patient with the menu or better ask for help from waiters who are quite friendly.
What to eat in Wang Wang restaurant
The food is pretty good. You will notice it when you arrive if you do like me and you start to look indiscreetly at the dishes of the other diners. Everything looks interesting and very authentic.
There are many vegetable dishes, many soups and, of course, dishes that we consider to be rare in the West, based on pork entrails, legs and other "sweets".
Yes Wang Wang restaurant visits a must-ask you are aubergines , prepared with different sauce options, the waiter will know how to explain better than me. But ask them, they are quite delicious, they put minced meat and that's fun.
Then you can order the sauteed squid and if it causes you some soup, there are many options, including the classic wonton that here the they prepare with fish stock and it is scandalously good.
And of course, accompany all this with white rice , or if you fancy one of the rice dishes with Chinese mustard or with nuts they offer.
The Wang Wang is part of the list of restaurants Chinese for Chinese in Madrid that I recommend visiting if you like this type of cuisine.
The Wang Wang restaurant is located on 6 San Bernardino Street, a few blocks from the Plaza España metro and Gran Vía.
Pd: the photos are a disaster and are moved/blurred 🙂
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