It's mainly for eating. Here you can eat Chinese cuisine from all over the world. We have eaten several restaurants here. We settled here at noon and evening. It feels like it tastes pretty good, not how delicious it is.
There are actually many non-Chinese in Philadelphia's Chinatown. Although they also speak Chinese, they are actually residents of Malaysia or Singapore, so you can eat a lot of Asian food here.
Philadelphia’s Chinatown is medium-sized, but the street is not so chaotic, and it feels quite orderly. It tastes like a hot pot meal here at night, but the price is indeed a lot more expensive.
The Chinatown here is as lively as it always has. There are many shops with signs on both sides of the street. Not only many Chinese tourists come here, but many foreign tourists also come here to eat.
I just came to eat. The scale of this Chinatown is quite large. I chose a Sichuan restaurant, which tastes good and has a lot of portions, but the price is not cheap. There are many tourists here.
We thoroughly enjoyed our trip to China Town in Philadelphia, PA. We went on a Saturday morning. We found it not as crowded as we thought it would be. We found it very interesting to walk around an...
Apart from that, there are a lot of what seem to be authentic Asian eateries and markets in the neighborhood if you are into that.
Markets, restaurants live fish, lobster, crabs, exotic fruits. All of this is what you can see in China town. Lots of different restaurants to chose from. We chose Daves tonight and the food was aw...
This is a good in between Chinatown- nothing like New York or San Francisco, but some good restaurants and shops. Very small- don’t need much time to visit. Close to Reading Terminal market.
this is a small parallel society filled with asian style shops, people, sounds and smells. Hallo kitty, peking ducks and bubble tea are the main products you will find. it is interesting, full of livi...