San Francisco Chinatown can be said to be a large Chinese community outside of Asia. In addition to the Chinese street in New York in the United States, other Chinese gathering places always feel a little less flavor. Although San Francisco Chinatown is next to the spectacular Union Square and the Western Financial Center, it does not affect the Chinese atmosphere of San Francisco Chinatown. The flying plaque wall everywhere, Qionglou Yuyu, Chinese plaque, makes people completely unfamiliar in their hometown.
It's worth visiting. We have seen many places selling antiques. Many of these cultural relics can't be seen in mainland China. We also got the authentic Hong Kong-style road restaurant, not far from the seaside, which is a great tourist destination. The location of Chinatown is very good. According to the local overseas Chinese, we Chinese arrived more than 200 years ago and were the first foreigners to come here. It's worth it.
Chinatown consists of Bush Street on Bush Street, Powell Street on Powell Street, Broadway Street and Kearny Street on Corney Street. There are about 100,000 overseas Chinese living here. What I have written and heard here is all Chinese, and what I have seen and heard is very Chinese traditional style. It is a small China.
San Francisco Chinatown is not very long, but it has Chinese cultural characteristics. It is located in the center of the city. When you enter Chinatown, you feel a strong Chinese wind. You must go to San Francisco to visit it.
A large Chinatown area, in fact, the whole San Francisco has a lot of Chinese people to go everywhere feeling is Chinese Street. As for this Chinatown, it is more like a scenic spot. Of course, many local Chinese like to come here. There are boutiques selling panda-themed or embroidery-themed clothing and accessories. It's very common in China. If you want to eat Chinese food, here is a good choice, from Cantonese cuisine, Hunan cuisine to Chaoshan cuisine, there are many choices for tourists. There is a bus stop nearby. It's very convenient to take a bus.
Chinatown is the most intimate place for me. Besides familiar words and faces, there are also cheap and good vegetables, fruits, seafood and nutrients. Especially the porridge and brisket in this family are too authentic!
You have to come to Chinatown to eat. There is a Sichuan cuisine restaurant beside Lingnan Cafe. It tastes good and has a good business. Take-out is very fast. Please go to the canteen early. It tastes slightly sweet, but it's very good to eat it abroad! The cold dishes are all good! ____________ Hot vegetable, boiled fish and Mao Xuewang can be used. Especially hairy, there are many fattening cattle. Back-to-back meat is full of large slices of meat. Good! Affordable! Cash for checkout and 95% discount. And there are invoices! Leek boxes and Shandong dumplings can be used. Hold me up! I forgot to pat the door. Good food!
When we arrived in San Francisco, the first thing we did was to eat Chinese food. In general, the soup is too dry and the steamed tofu is not smooth enough. Only the Seafood Tofu Pot can be eaten. A meal is full of complaints. But in any case, after a dozen hours of flight, only oil, salt, soy sauce, vinegar, green vegetables, tofu, and white rice can make me settle down and have a good sleep.
San Francisco Chinatown is located in the corner of the majestic busy financial business district. It is an old district with low shops and no grand and magnificent foreign commercial buildings. However, I prefer to go shopping in Chinatown and enjoy the atmosphere of Oriental culture. Shopping is not only cheaper, but also because its store goods, like Southeast Asia, can be eaten, dressed, used and played in one or two streets to achieve the purpose of tourists. San Francisco Chinatown is the largest Chinatown in the West Bank of the United States and the largest Chinese community outside Asia. It has the longest history and has nearly 100,000 overseas Chinese living there. The ups and downs in Chinatown reflect the history of more than 100 years of Sino-US relations and the traces of the struggle and habitat of Chinese in the United States for more than 100 years.
San Francisco's Chinatown is so cultured that trams are everywhere. The avenue leading to the sea resembles Barcelona's Vagrant Street. Very nice!!!
Homesick Chinese should be able to find local specialties and food as long as they come here. San Francisco is full of Chinese, signs and noon tips. Interesting! Hahaha