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Q: are there any good western restaurants in shi nan area in qingdao ?

i am looking for good restaurant, I have been to some ,but it's always nice to explore something new!

6 years 7 weeks ago in  Food  - Qingdao

 
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I have never been there. But you answered the question yourself. Explore.

 

Go find it. An ebike is good (if legal in your city).

 

Come back and tell us what you find wink.

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i think McDonalds are considered pretty good here... =P

 

At least it's quite like what I had back in Australia. 

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Canvas is nice, so is The Diner.

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Good western restaurant in Shandong? No.

The locals have still having fits of amusement with the pure gay abandonment of learning how to use knife and forks without the distraction of taste.

 

But if you can cook yourself, or know someone who can, then maybe you can eat good western food. There are plenty of ingredients available in the supermarkets.

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