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Chinatown

KidRated’s Chinatown Top Tips:

  • Try the food at one of the 78 restaurants
  • Click here to get you chopstick skill up to scratch
  • Visit at Chinese New Year for spectacular celebrations

Hidden in the heart of the West End is the bustling gem that is Chinatown. It’s packed full of things to do with the family, whether you’re looking for authentic Chinese shopping markets filled with Chinese foods and goods, or you’re feeling peckish and want to dine in one of the many culture-packed Chinese restaurants in the area. The most popular restaurants to visit are Baozi Inn, Cafe TPT, Four Seasons, Leong’s legends, Longji, Old Tree Daiwan Bee and HK Diner so be sure to check these out!

 

There are always interesting, fun events and activities happening. Be sure to head over to Chinatown for Chinese New Year, which takes place on 8th February in 2016. They always have big festivities and incredible decorations to celebrate the New Year, which this year will be start the Year of The Goat.


Booking Advice:

  • No need to book to visit Chinatown
  • It’s absolutely free to wander around!
  • Different restaurants will have individual booking customs – check here

VISITOR INFORMATION

Where:

Newport Place
London
WC2

Phone number:

No number

Website:

Opening hours:

The area is open 24 hours a day however the shops and restaurants all different, individual opening times.

How to get there:

The nearest Underground stations to Chinatown are Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus and Covent Garden.

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Parent Point of View

About London Laura Porter

Laura Porter

  •  We love the Wong Kei restaurant on Wardour Street during the daytime. Yes, the place has a reputation for rude waiters but they’re not so bad at lunchtime and you can share a plate of noodles.
  • It’s fun to buy sweets or biscuits at the shops on Gerrard Street so set a budget and let the kids choose a treat.
  • The Golden Gate Cake Shop on Macclesfield Street has excellent pork buns which make a cheap lunch.
  • You can find loads more information by Laura Porter at aboutlondonlaura.com

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