Have you set your goals for 2015? I haven’t – it’s about the journey, not the destination (that’s what I try to remind myself as I am a sufferer of “sweating the small stuff” syndrome). And did you hear, that 2/3 of adult cancers are just down to bad luck – just FYI, to all of you who have been gagging down those green juices. Meanwhile, it turns out that our gut is akin to a second brain – which suddenly elevates the pedestrian nature of this blog. It transpires that Kimchi is a gazillion (not an exact figure) times more effective than yogurt and maintaining a healthy gut. Which is cool because any food that makes you tear up and perspire when eat it is a winner in my book.
They’ve got kimchi (€2.75) at Mosquito Asian. According to them, they do exotic tapas, I would describe it as Asian Fusion. There is the kimchi which comes from Korea, some delicious pho soups (€5.85) from Vietnam, for dessert you can have Japanese Mochi (€2.95 -€3.30).
And Mosquito Asian have a small selection of dumplings – which, in Barcelona…very very welcomed. The place looks like a dump. Mismatched tables with stools and benches in lieu of chairs. The kind of place that normally prompts my father to complain that I favour uncomfortable restaurants and me to launch into long and tedious explanations about how when a place is led from the kitchen (especially in Europe) there isn’t much budget left for plush chairs and sophisticated MEP.
Good eats to be found here, it’s no secret either, the place is always packed so get yourself there early.
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Carrer dels Carders, 46