Mosquito came highly google-recommended and since it was in the vicinity of the Picasso Museum, it was an easy choice for a quick meal, possibly the first for the night. Odd name aside, we were ready to eat something that wasn’t remotely close to tapas or pintxos, and at least food-wise, google hasn’t let me down yet. The place served pretty decent dim sum and other small eats, all of which were prepared fresh in the tiny kitchen a few feet away from us sitting at the bar, and quickly disappeared after reaching our table. The annoying thing about Mosquito though was the horrid service staff who seem to thumb their noses at customers they don’t like, I almost thought for a moment that I was back in France. They’d better learn their lesson and behave better soon as looks can only get you so far in life. I sincerely hope they pay fair wages to the Asian staff in the kitchen.
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