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Things to do Chinatown
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Chinatown London

London’s small – albeit somewhat ill-defined – Chinatown is an intense hit of Chinese culture sandwiched between Soho and Theatreland. It’s good for a general mooch around, but the main attraction here are the restaurants, of which there are very many, with cuisine from the breadth of China and beyond.


Venue name: Chinatown
Address: near Leicester Square
Transport: Tube: Leicester Sq
Price: Prices vary
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I've lived in London all my life and have only been to Chinatown twice that includes the most recently! I always seem to avoid it because it's always really really congested but I can now see why! I went here for a quick bite to eat and couldn't decide where to go, so we randomly chose anywhere and decided to eat. I can't remember the name of the restaurant, however it was a cute little gem tucked away in between the bakeries groceries and many other restaurants that you'll find there. we opted for some dim sum and noodle dishes each. The food was delicious and good value. Even if you don't choose to eat, there's so much to look at and so much to experience. It truly is a little diamond tucked away behind Leicester Square. I really recommend!

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