Chinatown, Toronto

3.5 out of 5 stars 49 Reviews

Spadina Ave., Toronto, ON M5T, Canada (416) 392-2489

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    Have a walk by Chinatown

    by davidlop Written Oct 23, 2003

    It is not China, but some streets bring you that slight flavor... not a simple mess of chinese restaurants, but also markets, street live... and a lot of chinese people, of course!

    Street dried fish and plants shop
    Related to:
    • Arts and Culture

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    Strolling around in Chinatown

    by sim1 Updated May 12, 2003

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    Could I wish for more? Lovely sunshine, a beautiful day, my camera with me, and strolling around in Chinatown. A smile on my face, because I am having fun here :-)))

    A wonderful day in Chinatown in Toronto

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  • Spadina Avenue

    by levoyageur Updated Oct 19, 2002

    It's a big avenue in the chinese district. You can found a lot of good chinese restaurant and a lot of chinese market and little store.

    Spadina avenue and downtown

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    Chinatown in Toronto is...

    by mtwohig Written Aug 26, 2002

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    Chinatown in Toronto is HUGE!
    The pic is of one of the many markets
    on Spadina Street.
    Can you find Cathy?

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  • Nov 16, 2012 at 2:51 PM

    I reside in Toronto and visit chinatown occasionally to purchase groceries. Be ware: most (not all) of the chinese vendors, in particular the women, are rude and impolite. In fact, the overall culture in this area behaves in a rude manner. I don't understand why? Don't these vendors want everyone's business? And don't these vendors want you to return and make more purchases? When I visit chinatown, which is seldom due to my bad experiences, I get there early to beat the crowds of rude locals. Chinatown locals: learn how to say "excuse me", "I'm sorry", "thank-you", ect. Some basic english and ethics won't hurt.

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