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3.30pm | China town

This city's small barrio chino is a fun visit, with lots to do

The Barrio Chino is located in Belgrano, between the streets Arribeños, Mendoza, Juramento and Montañeses. It emerged in the 1980s as the centre of the city's Taiwanese community. There are accessories shops, the Chinese Association, a buddhist temple, restaurants, and supermarkets.

There are many options for dinner:

Restaurante Lai-Lai

At Arribeños 2168, this is one of the most popular restaurants with the Chinese community, and offers good value for money.

Restaurante Palitos

At Arribeños 2245, this is another place offering good value for money.

Restaurante Hong-Kong Style

Located at Montañeses 2149, this restaurant offers Cantonese food, with higher prices.

Tip:

For dinner, most restaurants open at 8.00pm.

Moving on:

To continue, take bus 15 from Av. Virrey Vertiz and Juramento to Av. Scalabrini Ortiz al 1100 (junction with Av. Córdoba).
 
 
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