At MayMay, we tasted Chinese Tamales, called like that in US, rather than Zongzi in Asia. Originally, a tamale or tamal is a traditional Latin American food consisting of steam-cooked corn meal dough with or without a filling. Tamales can be filled with meats, cheese and sliced chiles or any preparation according to taste. The tamal is generally wrapped in a corn husk before cooking.
We also enjoyed some very amazing unusual flavors of ice cream at the Chinatown Ice Cream Factory, e.g. Black Sesame, Lychee, Red Bean, Wasabi... Ironically, the factory established in 1978 has its concept copied by other Chinese around there.
We had a stop at Aji Ichiban, a Chinese (the name is Japanese, meaning “the best and superior”) snackfood where to pick up unusual candies : BBQ Corn flavored candy, dried seafood snacks like candied sawagani crabs ! You can try any dried snacks before buying.