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Visited Chinatown while staying in Milan. Short trip on subway from Milan central so very accessible. Chinatown is full of identical clothes and shoe shops, the contents of which could be found on eBay. Loads of places to eat 99% being Chinese then the other...More
We went for a Sunday stroll to Milan's Chinatown hoping for some great restaurants and food shops but found more electrical and clothing stores than anything else. There are obviously some well attended streetfront eateries which get so many people queueing that you have to...More
Went through this area twice, once during the week when it was very busy, and then on a Saturday when it was quieter, and people were out eating, and there seemed quite a few really nice inexpensive places to eat, with big queues at some...More
This Chinatown is not a very large Chinatown. However, it does have a few pretty good Chinese restaurants and Chinese cafes. There are several boba milk tea shops which we were happy to find. Specialty snacks from different regions can be found in kiosk like...More
Via Paolo Sarpi and adjacent area is to be considered a small Chinatown, little choreography both in size and appearance to the difference of the largest cities in the world that are home to Chinatown. However there is a great agglomeration I would say an...More