These are recommendations to Chinese travelers who read the TA reviews in English. OK. There may be more than I think.
They already are Benny, I'm afraid :)
The good thing is that Madrid has many good Chinese restaurants. I notice that when I go to many Spanish and European cities with Chinese restaurants, they are full of Chinese visitors. However I think that the Chinese tourists will enjoy the cochinillo.
Tse Yang is my favorite. Was there having lunch last week.
Also El Corte Inglés Castellana store is focused on Chinese tourism:
Clearly more Chinese than I thought.
This will be true everywhere, before long. In the UK the talk is currently of relaxing immigration rules, and lifting visa requirements for Chinese tourists. And the Chancellor of the Exchequer and the Mayor of London have just been to China courting investment.Edited: 19 October 2013, 08:32
Related to this, I was auditing a class at University of Wisconsin that is very popular with underclassmen entitled "America at Work". The posture of the professor is to the left and highlights the increasing inequality between the rich and the not-rich in the USA and less than progressive policies and politics our nation has served up recently. There were many Chinese national undergrads in the class. There have always been...for decades at least...many Chinese graduate students...now they are arriving at much younger ages. Tourism for the Chinese in Spain is part of this global phenomenon.