Chinese Restaurants in Benidorm

There comes a time when you really need a change – especially if you’ve had your fill of Spanish food, the hotel buffet or need a late night fill up after a good night out. That’s where Chinese restaurants in Benidorm can come to the rescue.

The Chinese restaurants we’ve seen and reviewed in Benidorm are almost mirror copies of those found in any British high street.  Most of the comments we’ve seen, not only in English but also in Spanish and other European languages on a selection of internet sites, seem to mention ‘good value’ and ‘cheap’ and a lot say it was a ‘nice difference.’

In all likelihood the Chinese Restaurant for you will be the nearest to your hotel or where you are staying – use the map to find all the locations.

If you find any Chinese restaurants which serve really good dishes let us know, we’re happy to point out the better Chinese Restaurants in Benidorm.

Chinese Restaurants in Benidorm

TitleAddressDescription
China El SolAvinguda Ametlla de Mar, 30, Benidorm, Spain

Very cheap Chinese restaurant - one of a few along this street. Looks like walking back in time 20 years to my home town in the Midlands inside.

China GardenAvenida Doctor Severo Ochoa, 2, Benidorm, Spain

If I were to sum up reviews of this place I'd say it is like the Chinese you'd go to if a couple of your favourites were shut.

China TownCalle del Esperanto, 10, Benidorm, Spain

Simple Chinese, the China Town restaurant seems to exist on people near by who want something different to hotel food.

Chino Cafeteria Casa de OroCalle Ibiza, 13, Benidorm, Spain

I think this place is seen as very good value for an 'ok' or better Chinese meal. Inside is certainly better than outside appearance. A lot of people seem to mention how cheap the Casa Del Oro (House of Gold) is, I wonder if this is a case of you get what you pay for?

Chopstix LuluCalle Buen Pastor, 4, Benidorm, Spain

I love the sign for the Lulu on their Chinese fast food restaurant just off the Calle Buen Pastor. It shows a pretty Chinese lady eating noodles from a bowl with the noodles hanging down. Chinese in a Box like you see on American TV.

Happy House China GardenAv. Dr. Severo Ochoa, 38, Benidorm, Spain

Standard Chinese perhaps more famous for its low prices. However, the Happy House is such a nice name and maybe it makes people feel better when they go in?

Hong KongCalle Esperanto, 11, Benidorm, Spain

Busy place with average Chinese food with plenty of people bought in by low prices. The Hong Kong is a fast turn around Chinese restaurant.

Imperial CityCalle Ibiza, 41, Benidorm, Spain

Imperial City is a cheap Chinese restaurant with a few good reports and a few not so.

Pato LaqueadoCalle San Pedro, 1, Benidorm, Spain

The Pato Laqueado is a small chinese restaurant near the beach and so seems to get a lot of custome and people are more likely to see it going to and coming from Poniente Beach. I'd say it was average.

Red AppleAvenida Doctor Severo Ochoan, 6, benidorm

More of a Thai than a Chinese nowadays, the Red Apple seems to have a great reputation: 'cheap'. The food is average but I think they've got something right by moving more to Thai as this grows in popularity.

Wok Buffet MandarinAv del Doctor Severo Ochoa, 40, 03503 Benidorm, Alicante, Spain

If you like Buffets then this one is OK but the freshness of the food will really depend on how busy it is. Not fantastic quality but close and convenient to the big hotels like the Melia Benidorm opposite.

Why Aren’t There Great Chinese Restaurants in Benidorm?

We may not have found them but to be honest, there aren’t any great Chinese Restaurants in Benidorm.  Why?

With hundreds of restaurants in Benidorm and the growing popularity of ‘all-inclusive’ hotels, the Chinese Restaurant loses its unique selling point – providing a nice change or alternative meal to mainstream restaurants.  In order to get customers most Chinese Restaurants in Benidorm compete pretty much on two things; Price and Opening Hours.

Tips on Chinese Restaurants in Benidorm

There’s a few tips I’d give you if you are going for a Chinese in Benidorm:

  • Only go to Buffet style restaurants if they are busy – slow restaurants will have food standing around for a long time.
  • The food is cheap but look at the prices of the beers and other drinks – a lot of Chinese restaurants charge top prices for drinks to make up their revenue.
  • If you like rice order one of the ‘specials’ as they are likely to be cooked fresh – some Chinese restaurants have rice on standby, but for how long?
  • Crispy duck dishes are often very disappointing – the supply of duck in Spain is low and you could get pre-prepared frozen duck.
  • Look for the vegetable dishes or those with chicken or fish (avoid sweet and sour) – the ingredients a likely to be fresher.
  • Chinese staff and Chinese people in the Chinese restaurant – if you can find this combination in Benidorm let us know!
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