Defined by critics as chaotic and untidy in its design, Extremo Oriente provides lovers of Asian products with a wide range of products to choose from: nuts and dried fruits, noodles, pastries, liqueurs and other typical products from Japan, Korea, China, Thailand and the Philippines.
In short, everything for those who dare to prepare an authentic Asian meal at home. Furthermore, they also have books in Chinese to introduce the reader to the culture of this Asian giant. Located underground, under Plaza de España, it shares a hallway with other business managed by and for a Chinese crowd. Extremo Oriente has been open since the late 1960’s, when its clients were almost exclusively Chinese and European tourists.
Mon – Sat 10.00am – 2.00pm / 4.30pm – 8.30pm
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