Rey de GambasHot
Dear friends and food lovers,
With our passion for wine, cooking and our infinite dedication to Spanish cuisine, our dream was to have our own restaurant – our dream has come true, the Rey De Gambas Restaurant opened in summer 2016.
Rey de Gambas, is a young and ambitious Spanish restaurant in the heart of Tianjin. The restaurant specialities are Spanish and Mediterrean food and wines. We are using the very best local produce to create our authentic Spanish and Mediterrean foods. Rey de Gambas is spread over two floors of a restored Wu Da Dao house offering our guests a relaxed Mediterrean pastoral atmosphere.
Whether you are going to have a business meeting, a project presentation, team-building exercise, a farewell or birthday party, romantic candle-lit dinner with your loved one or you just want to have a drink after a busy day, Rey de Gambas will always meet your needs.
The mission of Rey de Gambas is to provide an individual and exclusive service. Every guest and every visit is special to us and we aim to make it special for you too.
Our extensive A La Carte menu is supported by a fair and fixed price lunch menu which will be created by our Head Chef. The master Chef will design unique and special menu’s for you to match the needs of each occassion. We never say ‘No’ to our customers - The customer is King!
The kitchen is fully equipped to allow our guests to have excellent meals prepared with the freshest of ingredients. We abstain not only from glutamate, but also from all artificial additives to guarantee our guests healthy natural food. A truly authentic experience.
We will try our best to turn your visit into a unique and memorable experience to cherish.
We are looking forward to meeting you.
Rey de Gambas Team!
There's too much work to do,
Oh well we had high expectations truth be told, but the menu was rather appalling, sounded delicious thou, some dishes came for 2, thou we were three, a tiny bug in the wine jar, 2 dishes didn't make it to our table, and the kitchen was off, we were offered some dishes later but it was our time to leave. Didn't want to make a fuss as we were heading for a bd party. The restaurant looked empty with one table occupied by locals, later I smelled cigarette smoke, ( maybe it came from out side, can't tell). Anyway in a nutshell, I love the idea, we need more Mediterranean in town, but there's just too much work:) also I love the idea of you having a foreign waiter, it's lovely, just not sure if you've able to provide a visa and comply with local laws about that matter as this country never heard of "foreign student 20 hour a week part time job". Not recommended