London's Chinatown is one of the most famous places in Europe. Located in SoHo District, Westminster, London, UK, Chinatown is the only place where we can experience Chinese customs and customs abroad. There are many restaurants in China and many specialty shops. It should be a tourist attraction. The archway at the entrance is also distinctive.
Britain... London... Chinatown! In the centre of London, it's very close to Alpha Square! There are many restaurants, we see foreigners enjoy eating wonton with spoon! In a foreign country, there's a feeling of home! ____________ The archway on Chinatown is a landmark building! Write on... China is peaceful!
Walking into London Chinatown in the view of the street, passing through the archway with the words "Chinatown of London", you can see that the streets are lined with shops marked in Chinese, and most of them are restaurants. It fully embodies the ancient motto of the Chinese nation "Food is the Heaven for the People". There seems to be nothing special about walking around the street, but there are more familiar Chinese in the shops. Walk into a small supermarket in Chinatown, where many of the food comes from China. Most of the purchases in this supermarket are made by young Chinese students. Perhaps there are only the ingredients familiar to their taste buds. We also went into a steamed bun shop in Chinatown and bought two handmade bags at a unit price of 1.7 pounds, equivalent to about 15 yuan. It's expensive to say.
Good food, lots of variety and choices. I went with some friends and we spent an hour or two going through the small area checking out the food.
During the Spring Festival, Chinatown was decorated with lanterns. It felt like a festival in China. There were more Cantonese cuisine here. Chinese cuisine and supermarket trading companies were in the majority. They found Jiachuan cuisine. One plus tasted good all over the world.
At night, it was very beautiful, because the festive atmosphere was still there just after New Year's Day.
Living in W Hotel at Chinatown, the traffic is very convenient and lively. There are also m m and Lego stores which children like. The most admirable thing is to find a Chinese breakfast shop after getting up early. It turns out that the whole Chinatown is open at noon or in the afternoon. When I was disappointed, I found the Chinatown restaurant in the New Territories is open. As soon as I inquired, it turned out to be the only restaurant in Chinatown that opened at 8:3 a.m. and finally satisfied my soup noodles.
Having visited Chinatown in different countries, I feel that the Chinatown here is much cleaner than that in the United States. Walking here is very cordial, the key is that I am Chinese stomach, Western food or not used to eating, here can eat authentic Chinese food.