Qingdao Eateries for Every Taste: Asian (Non-Chinese) Restaurants

Qingdao Eateries for Every Taste: Asian (Non-Chinese) Restaurants
By Andrea Scarlatelli , eChinacities.com

Qingdao has a great variety of restaurants for every taste. Ranging from traditional Chinese to American and European, Qingdao’s eateries have got it covered. For the adventurous eaters out there, it’s a great place to sample new foods – or to keep going back to your favourites! This week we begin by listing just some of the most tasty and popular Asian (non-Chinese) restaurants the city has to offer. Stay tuned for more restaurant listings next week!

Asian (non-Chinese)
1) Kujikuji Dining & Sweets View In Map
A husband-and-wife-owned restaurant, this Japanese-rooted Asian eatery offers scrumptious food at unbeatable prices. Be sure to check out their weekend special: a five course set (soup, starter, salad, entrée, and dessert) for only 38 RMB.

Photo: thatsqingdao.com

Add: 110 Shanghang Lu, Qingdao
Tel: 0532 8592 1830

2) Café Yum一品堂View In Map
Touted as the best Qingdao buffet, Café Yum offers boundless options, including made-to-order pastas, and samplings from all over Asia. Don’t forget to grab dessert while you’re downing your all-you-can-drink beer.

Add: 1F, Shangri-La Hotel, 9 Xianggang Zhong Lu, Qingdao
Tel: 0532 8388 3838 ext. 6008

3) Hengbo 亨伯名家View In Map
If you like barbecue, this is the place to go. With a whole floor dedicated to the stuff, you’re sure to find all your favorites. Hungry? Try the set dinner, which includes almost 20 courses.

Add: 12 Jianfei Garden, 87 Xianggang Donglu, Qingdao
青岛香港东路87号 建飞花园12号
Tel: 0532 8801 1080

Fatema Indian Restaurant 法蒂玛印度休闲餐厅View In Map
For your Indian cravings, stop by Fatema Indian Restaurant to taste all the classics. Serving favourites like chicken tikka masala, curries, and fluffy naan bread, this place will make your mouth happy.

Add: 10 Ding, Gutian Lu, Qingdao
Tel: 0532 8696 2015

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