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The food was excellent for my girlfriend, I was not hungry. They brought different food cart around so you could order right at your table. She ate steamed bbq pork, stuffed green peppers, Pan Fried pot stickers, and shrimp balls. She received 3 of these...More
Maybe all the Chinese restaurants here are good. They all smelled good, but we chose to eat at Wah Lai Yuen, and it was delicious and inexpensive, We had a couple of lunch specials from the blackboard and were well pleased.
This shopping district has lots of chinese restaurants and supermarkets and some hotels. You can get all the different type of Chinese goods here. There is a nice arch on the Eastern edge of the street. The Fan Tan Alley is just off this street.
We did a self guided tour but a map can be obtained online. The small alley ways and shop are worth wondering in and out of but make sure you stop for food. There are 2 top rated restaurants and we have been to both...More
The first thing we always do in a new city is take the Hop On Hop Off Bus. We came on the Clipper ship and walked about 4 blocks to the Fairmont Empress Hotel.....the main bus stop is right in front.. Chinatown is one of... More
The first thing we always do in a new city is take the Hop On Hop Off Bus. We came on the Clipper ship and walked about 4 blocks to the Fairmont Empress Hotel.....the main bus stop is right in front.. Chinatown is one of the first few stops.