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Although there are several Chinese districts in the Greater Toronto area, including the Don Valley Chinatown East, purists ... More
Although there are several Chinese districts in the Greater Toronto area, including the Don Valley Chinatown East, purists still refer to this one as the main Chinatown. On wide streets lined with bright lights, shops sell everything from medicinal herbs to take-out kung po gai ding. While some of the small shops hold form to more traditional ways, the Dragon City Shopping Mall at Dundas and Spadina is the ultimate East meets West shopping experience. The district is also restaurant rich and although some of them may look daunting to the uninitiated, the food is invariably excellent. Payment method varies by store.
This is what you should expect when you go to a Chinatown, though maybe a little dirtier (Graffiti). The produce was amazing and the people seems distant, but nice...you know "city people". The food was amazing...you must go to a busy looking restaurant filled with locals to find the most amazing dim sum!
i thought china town was a great place. Many people were very kind to us. The have very many good shops and places to see there. Yes it might be abit grungy and or dirty looking at times but me and my family had the time of our lives there it was a very entertaining trip.
Sure it's grungy, but what Chinatown isn't? The people aren't so friendly.......but who cares? It's all about the experience.
Hone your haggling skills in many of the shops or on the street with the vendors. It's fun and you can usually get a better price.
You can also get some great food here. Look to the more heavily populated restaurants and you are sure to have made a good bet. The locals know where the good food is at. Just trust them. Be adventurous.
We loved it so much we had to come back the following day to finish what we missed. I am not a person that would haggle, but I am really learning to enjoy it.
I don't know about this place, seems a bit dirty, kinda shady to me. But there are many wonderful shops, and it is a good cultural experience. Amusing, like you're really in another land. Not an every day thing, but if you're here on a visit, definatley chek it out.
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