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Was looking forward to a little wander around Chinatown as we were staying at the nearby Princess Street hotel. As other people have mentioned there isn’t really much there in the way of shops to visit. Plenty of places to eat but the area is...More
Visiting Manchester, China Town was the first place on my list to visit. Luckily it was walking distance from my hotel (Britannica). However, I was surprised to find that is was smaller, ok way smaller, than I had anticipated. I visited around 9:00 on a...More
Not the largest one if compared with other China Town areas in other European cities, however it was OK, what we found mostly were restaurants and shops, busy at the day time, but not at night, well it just average we reckoned. At least we...More
My friend and I visited Chinatown on Friday 23rd November 2018 in the evening to explore the area and grab a meal. When we got to the area it was quite smaller than expected, however there is plenty of restaurants around to choose from and...More
We went about 9:45pm and it was not lividly actually very quite
There was a small park like place however looked like it was a hang out for thugs alike
Plenty of places to eat but no markets or shops so not what we imagined...More
The area is very neglected with many drug addicts living in the car park and sleeping on the benches. The decor is broken and old with many shop owners loading the goods on the streets and storing food on sidewalks.
The selection of restaurants is...More
This place is where a lot of the chinese community of Manchester gather together. The famous chinese arch welcomes people into Manchester China town. There are a variety of chinese restaurants from across the different regions of China, selling different chinese food. Alongside this there...More
Well do not expect something big. It is only few streets, but full of shops and restaurants. The food is really tasty. I personally prefer the place called Happy Seasons. It is crowded and food is tasty. A good sign for quality
After reading up on Chinatown, we were incredibly disappointed with the reality. It’s one square block, with a car park in the middle, the pagodas and decorations are old and tired or even broken, and the only things there are restaurants and late night adult...More