Really busy area close to Leicester square. You lose count of how many restaurants. All types to suit everyone budget. Plenty supermarkets and a few bakeries. A large arch similar to the one in Liverpool.
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Chinatown is a place you should have visited once when heading to London. But there are a lot of better places you should visit first if you're the first time in London. You can't miss the place because there are traditional Chinese gates at the...More
Soho use to be the place where the riff raff of the city were cramming, then it used to be fashionable and trendy, nowadays is entertainment. I really enjoyed the feeling of walking there, from Chinese restaurants to alternative bars everything makes you wanna walk...More
Part of Soho,this Chinese neighborhood, is not very big(it consists in a few streets) but very lively.A lot of asian restaurants(Chinese,Japanese,Koreean and probably from other asian countries), asian shops,massage rooms.Very crowded in the evening.
The Chinatown neighborhood of London is worth a visit and conveniently located near several key tourist attractions. Chinatown's borders are formally marked with traditional and beautiful Chinese gates giving it a feel all its own. The streets are closed to traffic which allows you to...More
Chinatown is next to Leicester Square, so you can go to these two places in one trip. Chinatown has a number of Chinese restaurants, bakeries, and souvenir shops. When you are there try the giant bubble egg waffles filled with ice cream with chocolate and...More
An interesting area which I often visit when in London, I usually head to the restaurants for a nice meal as I am a great fan of Oriental food. A recent visit took me here. Piccadilly Circus tube line and a short walk five or...More