blog detail

Bai Wei, Bubblefish and More Great Lunch Spots in Philadelphia’s Chinatown


Looking for great lunch spots in Philadelphia’s Chinatown? Look no further. Here are some of the best spots to try this month when you’re looking to fill your belly at lunchtime.

Bai Wei

Address: 1038 Race Street

Formerly Sakura Mandarin, Bai Wei specializes in Szechuan and Hunan cuisines as well as dim sum. Here the dumplings are the best part. Filled with pork, chicken, shrimp, or vegetables, there’s also a wide variety of some of the best stir fry in the city. Learn more about Bai Wei – Sakura Mandarin Restaurant.


Address: 929 Arch Street

Sushi and tea go together like pizza and cola and there’s no better example of this than at Bubblefish on Arch Street. Offering over 60 varieties of tea, including hot, cold, and boba, along with milkshakes, smoothies and juices, just one visit and you’ll understand why so many love going to Bubblefish. It helps that their sushi menu is quite expansive, featuring over 22 signature or specialty rolls. Learn more about Bubblefish in Philly.

Canto House

Address: 941 Race Street

If you’re looking for an especially good lunch spot in Chinatown for take-out, be sure to check out Canto House for incredible Cantonese cuisine. Offering eat-in or take-out, Canto House is well regarded for its authentic meats and BBQ, including duck, roast pork, ribs and more, which are  Learn more about Canto House.