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Liverpool Chinatown

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8 reviews of Liverpool Chinatown


Many good restaurants

Liverpool hosts one of the oldest Chinese communities in all of Europe. The first inhabitants of 'Chinatown' were sailors ve arrived in the 17th century to trade in tea, silk and cotton. Initially, it seems, these sailors lived in port areas between Cleveland Street Square, Pitt Street and Frederick Street. After the war, many took up residence downtown on Nelson and Berry Streets. There are many good restaurants and the typical arches and dragons of most Chinatowns.

Pedro Jareño

One important thing to mention is the "gate" entrance

Walking from the shopping area of ​​Liverpool to the top of the city, looking for Hope Street and, therefore, the cathedrals of the city, I stumbled upon a small Chinatown that I was not expecting. One important thing to mention is the "gate" entrance, which is easily recognizable and, of course, seeing that all of the premises in the area are Chinese restaurants, shops ... It is nothing compared to, for example, the China town of London, but it has its charm . I was suddenly surprised to see so many Chinese restaurants rather than local pubs.

Aude D.

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