Dedicated to Sun Yat Sen, the ideological father of modern China, this small square was opened in 1988. The space was later refashioned...
Although this neighborhood, perfectly packed into a few easily navigable streets, has no sites per se, it's a nice area for lunch or for...
Hidden down a quiet lane in Chinatown, Luwan draws a young, cocktail-swilling crowd who come for chatter early in the night (on...
Little Sheep Hot Pot
For something completely different, head upstairs to this clean, well-lit dining room, where you can feast on juicy morsels of lamb,...
92 Rue de la Gauchetière Ouest · interesting places nearby
Every Montréaler has a favorite Chinatown restaurant, a familiar place where a warm welcome awaits when turning up in the neighborhood. The unassuming and always-buzzing Beijing tops many lists, with a reputation built on tasty, fresh Cantonese and Szechuan dishes, friendly service and late-night hours.