It's all about the food in London's Chinatown. In an area that is only about two blocks square, there is one club left over from Soho's glorious 1950's (David Bowie sang here), one betting shop...and the rest is food - restaurants, take-aways, and markets. Everyone is either on their way to eat, have just eaten, or are walking down the street eating. The restaurants may be a bit brisk in their efforts to get you in and then out again, but many of them are only big enough for six to eight tables and you must get that tourist dollar while you can. If our experience at The Golden Pagoda was any example, there is a lot of good food to be had.