Chinatown is an integral part of London’s history: haunt of Boswell and Reynolds, birthplace of the post office, first site of Ronnie Scott’s, host to immigrant communities from the Huguenots to the Maltese and now London’s vibrant Chinese quarter.
The bustling Chinese community of restaurants and businesses has been here since the 1950s; however, the Chinatown story goes much further back – right across London and all the way to the Far East.
There is lots to see and do in Chinatown plus a wealth of History for you to explore. Most importantly make sure you try some Chinese cuisine. There are over 80 restaurants in Chinatown for you to choose from so you wont be disappointed.