Chinatown London

Chinatown London is an area of Soho in Westminster that is occupied by a large population of Chinese people.  This area, which is primarily focused on and nearby Gerrard Street, is the site of many Chinese-run businesses such as supermarkets, bakeries, restaurants, and shops.  Chinatown London is a popular place for tourists to visit, and the area is always brightly decorated for Chinese New Year and other celebrations.  The residential block of Chinatown is Vale Royal House.

–Chinatown London is located near the tube stations at Leicester Square, Covent Garden, and Piccadilly Circus.  The area is centrally located in London and is easy to access by bus, car, or bicycle.

–There are many restaurants in Chinatown London that offer delicious Chinese cuisine at an affordable price.  Tourists may want to try the Harbour City Restaurant on Gerrard Street, the China China restaurant on Gerrard Street, or Mr. Wu Chinese restaurant on Wardour Street, which offers an all-you-can-eat buffet for only £4.50.

–Those who wish to buy fresh produce and Chinese food products can visit the Golden Gate Hong Supermarket and the See Woo Hong Supermarket, both located on Lisle Street.  Other Chinatown London markets include the New Loon Moon Supermarket and the Loon Fung Supermarket, which can both be found on Gerrard Street.

–Tourists who are looking for a reasonably priced hotel near Chinatown London can stay at the Best Western Shaftesbury, the Travelodge Covent Garden, the Holiday Inn, the Premier Travel Inn, or the Thistle Marble Arch.

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