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Ba Tong 八筒

Are you tired of the shopping spree in Corso Buenos Aires and you want a tasty and cheap break? Then Ba Tong is right for you.

Located right inside the Galleria Buenos Aires, this secluded eatery offers dishes that are as beautiful as they are good in a casual, no-frills setting.


The specialty here is Sichuan cuisine, which is a range of spicy, very flavorful dishes that will whet your appetite.

In the menu you will find a page entirely dedicated to the dishes of the house: among those I have tried, and which I recommend, spicy Sichuan pork belly with onion and the sautéed chicken with cashews, mushrooms and Chinese water chestnuts in sauce stand out. special soy. Both delicious, as well as the unmissable Youpo noodles with ground pork, chillies, leeks and garlic or the cauliflower fire pot.

Among the dim sum I tried baozi stuffed with pork, among the largest and most seasoned tried in the city!

If you are particularly in a hurry or want to enjoy a single dish then there is the possibility of ordering a dish of rice and fried egg accompanied by meat or fish.

Then there is no shortage of cold appetizers, fish main courses and Chinese fruit tea (also to take away).


Ba Tong is therefore confirmed as a good option if you are in the area, for a quick meal even with friends, without spending too much.

Ba Tong milano cookingwiththehamster
Ba Tong | © cookingwiththehamster

Ba Tong milano cookingwiththehamster
Youpo noodles | © cookingwiththehamster

Ba Tong milano cookingwiththehamster
Spicy Sichuan pork belly | © cookingwiththehamster

Ba Tong milano cookingwiththehamster
Chicken with mushrooms, cashews, water chestnuts | © cookingwiththehamster

Ba Tong milano cookingwiththehamster
Baozi | © cookingwiththehamster

Ba Tong milano cookingwiththehamster
Pot of cauliflower | © cookingwiththehamster

📍 Galleria Buenos Aires 14, Milano

📞 02 204 3712

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