Taste Illustrated: The Hop Sing Laundromat Drunk Walk

 

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It has become a vital question among Philly’s serious cocktail connoisseurs: Where to eat after a night spent drinking at Chinatown’s Hop Sing Laundromat? Depending on how many cocktails you’ve put away, the distance between Hop Sing’s secret door and the nearest late-night noodle spot is a serious concern, so we’ve broken the options down for you by how far you’ll have to walk. Or stagger.

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  • Dan

    Delivery to Hop Sing. Cab home. Problem solved ;)

  • katchin05

    What? No Ken’s Seafood?

    • Al

      Seriously. Ken’s is the closest (and best… )

  • Kankles

    I’d say skip hop sing and just go to ken’s.

  • don

    Isn’t Ho Sai Gai further away than David’s since the latter is on the same side of the street? *confused*

  • Frank

    Or you could stumble across the street to the Nan Zhou Hand Drawn Noodle House. Best damn hand drawn noodles in Philly.