It turns out that London also has Chinatown. When I got here, the familiar street scene suddenly came back. The tall archways and large Chinese characters make it feel like returning home. The crowd was bustling and very lively.
Chinatown London is an ethnic enclave in the city of London containing number of Chinese restaurants, shops, bakeries and many other Chinese-run enterprises. The area is crowded, vibrant, lively and always bustling with activity. Depending on their time of visit, tourists can enjoy myriad of activities in the area. For lovers of Chinese cuisine, there are over 70 authentic Chinese restaurants where every type of Chinese food is available ranging from Sushi to Szechaun. For those desirous of cooking their own dishes, there are several food shops in the local markets in the area. Visitors can gulp hard or soft drinks in one of the several pubs and bars located in the neighborhood. Shopping enthusiasts can buy hundreds of items of their choice from nearly 50 shops in the locality.