Lomite Bubble Tea is a Chinese restaurant in the Usera neighborhood where you can eat noodles, barbecued skewers and delicious Chinese bubble tea.

Chino Lomite Restaurant: Noodles, barbecue and bubble tea in Madrid

I've already talked about how much fun it is to visit Usera, Madrid's Chinatown, and walk its streets in search of where to eat.

And the problem is not to get a place to eat, but choose between so many options!

Among many options I mentioned the Royal Cantonese , one of my eternal favorites from which you can read my review here.

But in Usera there are many other options to eat delicious.

And if you want to try good, beautiful and cheap Chinese food in Madrid in a place a little different from the usual, let's say a more "modern" place and youth, I have it for you: the restaurant Lomite .

What to eat in Lomite

Lomite has a specialty: tea of bubbles. A delicious drink that may or may not have milk (you choose), whose multiple flavors to choose and of course, their respective bubbles (which are made with tapioca dough), make this a unique place that is worth visiting.

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Ah! But it's coming! Food! You have no idea how delicious it is! At Lomite they specialize in noodles in soup! And skewers to the barbecue! And prepare some amazing eggplants! And the account is going to be economical! Ok, enough exclamation marks.

In the Restaurant Lomite Bubble Tea they have a menu with a wide variety of dishes ranging from skewers of meat and vegetables made to barbecue, going through some hot dishes (like the aubergines that I loved so much) to rice options and noodles, the latter presented with broth in large bowls that guarantee you'll be full.

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The plate in the photo are tagliatelle with beef rib, is not it? Does it look wonderful?

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Here the noodles with fish. Incredible too.

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And these are the aubergines that you have to ask if you go to this place. It is not a recommendation, it is not "can be", is that you have to try them! They are called Eggplant Yuxiang style. They have a light fishy taste and are somewhat spicy.

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The skewers, in the photo are of meatballs, veal and lamb. There are so many other options on the menu. It provokes going crazy and going only to eat pinchos ... and aubergines.

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The atmosphere is 80% Chinese 20% Spanish/Western. They have a TV where they pass programs of Chinese competitions. The waiters are friendly, they know Spanish and they give you recommendations if you are undecided.

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Ah, they do not accept a card, take precautions.

Whatever you ask (eggplant for god), do not forget a bubble tea, preferably the traditional one: green.

And go with friends, there's nothing more fun than sharing a table in a good Chinese restaurant, ordering many dishes, trying everything a bit and laughing ... laughing while you eat eggplant, of course.

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The restaurant Lomite is on the street Nicolás Sánchez 71 in the Usera neighborhood. You have the Usera Metro station nearby (Line 6).

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