There are many different ways to eat steak in the Chinese Quarter, but for those looking for the best one, the most common option is the corner market, where steaks are usually priced in the $10-$12 range.
There are also many options for those seeking the signature steak of the area, such as the “pork-fried” steak at the Chinese Market, which costs a hefty $15.50.
However, these are usually rare and pricey options that have been on the menu since the early 1900s, so if you’re looking for something a bit less pricey, check out the highland market or krog street.
The highland, a popular place for tourists to eat in Chinatown, is a prime spot for locals to stock up on food and beverages and grab a spot for a night out.
If you’re not in the mood to dine out, though, you can still enjoy a steak lunch or dinner at the highlands or the corner markets.
In addition to the steaks and the steakhouses, the highlanders offers a variety of local produce, meats, and seafood, and the market is known for its delicious hot dog and chili chicken.
The corner markets are also home to some of Chinatown’s best restaurants, with the most popular being the Chih-Chih’s.
The owners of the corner shops are also known for having a good food history, so you can expect to find a menu that’s filled with classics, such a Chinese sandwich, and unique, locally sourced dishes.
For more of the best local eateries in Chinatown check out our top 10 local eatery lists.
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Here are some of the most famous places to eat, with their own menu.
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