The food is great, it has a great selection.. the place a nit sketchy but I love to go for souvenirs.. you can find great prizes and lots of variety
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Chinatown of Toronto is a great place not only for tourists but also for people who live here. You can buy some products that 2-5 times cheaper than in groceries, the same about the clothes. I like to feel the atmosphere of Chinese culture here,...More
Jumped off the bus during a tour to eat in Toronto's version of Chinatown . . . . Well it is a very eclectic area from to arts and street performers to restaurants that are highly touted. well worth the visit when in town.
Located in the Spadina Av, is a cool place to buy souvenirs, eat real Chinese food and spend a cool evening while you're walking through Toronto's downtown. Spent a lot of time here, and I can review that you only need one day to visit...More
There are Chinatowns and CHINATOWNS in most major cities,this one's the real deal! Whatever you're after,you will probably find at this one.Whether it's fresh foods,herbs,spices,clothing,jewellery,trinkets,souvenirs,a restaurant to eat in,even doctors,dentists,herbalists or other "medical"people,all human life is here.It's a good sized one at that,just along Dundas...More
This is a large and rambling Chinatown jam packed with tiny places to eat across a range of Chinese cuisine along with many gift shops and tea shops and wonderful fresh food vendors reminiscent of China proper. Highly recommend stroll and do continue on a...More
We loved going to Chinatown and went quite a few times. We loved the choice of restaurants and there are many cheap shops for souvenirs. There is a nice atmosphere in the area and it was always busy.
Superb Shopping Area ,with lots of good quality shops and places to enjoy a meal or takeaway snack ,bright, Colourful , and Vibrant, Chinatown Toronto is Certainly well a visit ...
Toronto's Chinatown is among the largest outside Asia. Most of the business are on a long stretch of Spadina Avenue. Since there is a tram line that connects to Toronto's subway lines and going along most of Spadina, Chinatown neighborhood is quite accessible from other...More
I've been to lots of Chinatowns in Europe and the UK, and this was shabby by comparison. There was just nothing of interest. We wandered the length of it, and weren't tempted to buy anything. You would have thought that a few pavement cafes would...More