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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
Chinatown is always busy and this occasion was no exception. We arrived to find that one of the restaurants I used to go to (Hong Kong) was closed and mothballed sadly.....but the one we went to across the road was really expensive and the staff...More
The restaurants and shops are decent.
Unfortunately this area (like other areas in Manchester) has been overrun with Homeless people and drug addicts making it quite uncomfortable for people going there to have a good time. It is one of the main hubs of questionable...More
In any city the wife and I always look for Chinatown. This was nice as it was located less than a mile from our hotel. The elaborated decorated Chinatown arch was nice and selfie worthy but the whole area was less than a block. At...More
Chinatown in Manchester is not far from the centre of Manchester. It is very small compared to most Chinatown areas around the world and tends to lack the atmosphere. There are a lot of Thai restaurants and massages so it tends to be more Asian...More