One of the largest Chinatowns in the country. Get a taste of authenticity.
Dim sum at Joy Tsin Lau, off 10th and Race. Great pork pastries.
Best parking lot is at 8th & Race Sts. For an award-winning yet cheap meal, head to Sang Kee Duck House right across the street at 9th & Vine Sts.
Want to celebrate Chinese New Year? On NYE, "different date every yr" head to 10th Race by midnight to catch the parade, the fireworks, and course, the people! Gung Hai Fat Choi! "Happy New Year!"
Salted chicken at Mai Lai Wah. Great drunk food.
Unsure what "dim sum" actually is? Consider it in the Chinese version of "tapas". Loosely translated, it means to touch the heart. With so many options, it'll fill your stomach 1st!
Philly is "sister city" to Tianjin, China. Visit the "Friendship Gate", have some awesome cuisine, shop for authentic food, clothing, furniture & knickknacks, attend the Lantern Festival, enjoy.
Nan Zhou's hand-drawn noodles=life. On Race btw 10th & 9th
Chinatown in PA (:
Tai Lake Restaurant (10th Street across from fire station) is a must visit place if you are looking for authentic Cantonese cuisine.
Lots of parades, better park and walk a fe blocks.
Tea do, tea talk, and tea magic is a great chill spot during your lunch break :)
Try Sang Kee Peking Duck! Amazing! Ken's seafood, Jade Harbor, and David's are also must try's!
While Chinatown's restaurants are yummy, the streets are filthy dirty!
Beware. Don't leave anything valuable in your car in plain sight. Lots of car break-ins lately.
Look for parking coupons online! Authentic Japanese food that you can't find anywhere in Jersey!
Go. Find some some bubble tea and a dumpling....
It is nice to take a walk absorp the culture. It is a nice area, the people are very nice and especially helpful because I tend to get lost. Anyway, there is good food!
Lots to do and see here --not just Chinatown attractions but Franklin Park, U.S. Mint, Federal Reserve. Have an educational blast!
Take a dump in the middle of the street and become a full fledged Chinaman!
Like my middle of street shot.. don't attempt
Ask for hot mustard .....tell'em the real HOT MUSTARD....it will open you up
Go during the Chinese New Year celebration if at all possible!
Filming movie in alley apparently most of limitless wit Bradley Cooper was filmed here in Chinatown, not in NYC!
the best chinese food
Go in the winter when it is less smelly.
Tai Lake is a must try place. Mussels with minced pork is awesome.
Nice place to visit, but all three of us got sick at one restaurant a few years ago. That never happened in China Town in New York City !
wow what a great place
China Town a gelip Hua ustanin Pekin Ordeginden tatmayan cok sey kaybeder ;)