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Chinatown, London
(3.1/5 based on 1,500+ reviews on the web)
Chinatown offers plenty of tasty Chinese cuisine in the heart of London. The most difficult aspect of finding a restaurant here is choosing from the vast array of them. Peek into establishments to see the clientele; if they seem to be neighborhood residents, you'll likely find tasty food. Many restaurants present the bill in Chinese, so keep your own record of what you order and how much it costs. As you stroll the area, keep an eye out for details such as the stone lion on Gerrard Street. The neighborhood hosts various events and celebrations throughout the year, so check the schedule before you visit. For Chinatown and beyond, use our London trip itinerary builder to get the most from your London vacation.
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  • Every large town has a Chinatown, and London is no exception. This Chinatown is full of restaurants and markets but with a British spin on things. There are so many restaurants, it was difficult to ch...  more »
  • It is located central and it is worthwhile to take this sector set as Chinatown in London. It has shops and restaurants of Chinese food. The restaurants are very expensive considering how expensive that is to eat in London.
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  • Today walked across the pedestrian Gerrard Street, where at the beginning of 1970, the first Chinese restaurants. Terer' them here more than 80, crowds of Chinese selling fruit on the street, the Beijing ducks in the restaurants and medicine folk medicine in pharmacies. Even Chinese Church is. Around the streets of a great number of questionable Chinese massage parlors, left travel agents, eateries and souvenir shops. Zagadili Chinese such a cute piece of Soho, where in 1764 Joshua Reynolds its private restaurant opened and Michael Powell shot Podsmatrivajushhego. this dirty Shanghai. Do not recommend.
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