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Chinatown

128 locals recommend · Estimated price 1 out of 4 ·

Tips from locals

William
William
February 2, 2020
Jewelries and Chinese food is just 5-10 minutes away with Manny Pacquiao’s favorite Restaurant May Flower Don’t forget to order House special Lobster and Fried or Steam fish.
Mehrin
Mehrin
January 29, 2020
Historic neighborhood with great places to eat.
Majeed
Majeed
January 22, 2020
Food, shopping, and unique architecture all throughout China town.
Ben
Ben
January 18, 2020
Start at either Yang Chow (819 N Broadway) for great Chinese food or Howlin Rays if you like lines (in the Far East Plaza, 727 N Broadway #128).
Mary
Mary
January 16, 2020
authentic original settlement of Chinese community, lots to see, eat and do here. its fun!

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