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Beyond the colorful Chinatown Friendship Gate at 10th and Arch streets lies Philly’s vibrant Asian enclave, originally settled in the mid-19th century by Cantonese immigrants. On any given day or night, Chinatown pulses with sensory pleasures, including fantastic food and an abundance of activities.
So many good spots to check out here but highly recommend terakawa (ramen), nan zhou hand drawn noodle house, Rangoon (Burmese), tai lake (Chinese).
either a 25 minute walk or a 10 minute drive, chinatown is a sight. Before moving to philly i made it a point to stop by here and get a roast duck noodle soup from canton house, YUM! walking the streets of china town you'll see what a mark theyve made in philly.
Great food! Top recommendations are the Nan zhou Hans pulled noodles on race street with the blue sign, and dim sum garden right next door. Dim sum garden normally has a bit of a line, but if you’re willing to wait, their soup dumplings are some of the best in the city.
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