“Zow,” is one of the more common reactions heard when entering this wall-to-wall mall of restaurants. Hemmed in ... More
“Zow,” is one of the more common reactions heard when entering this wall-to-wall mall of restaurants. Hemmed in by three large buildings and enclosed by a massive glass roof forming a convenient pedestrian mall, more than 100 restaurants cram this street block. In many ways, it resembles a weird version of a culinary United Nations. Italian, French, Mexican, American, Middle Eastern, Korean, Japanese, Sichuan, Cantonese, Shandong, Shanghai and Fujian are just some of the food styles offered. Many provide “outside” seating making for superb people-watching perches.
You can select your fresh seafood in several restaurants. Looks cool. Finally selected a restaurant. With some disappointment we had to find out that most of the food on the nice colorful transparent in front of the restaurant were not available. No staff speaking English at all. the environment was rather poor than humble.
We took the challenge, pointed on some live fish, crabs and squids - having no idea at all what sort of food we will get at the end.
Finally the food was really great. Crabs fried and hot spicy. Squids with vegetables. Tea OK. Tsingtao as usual...
Overall spent a good time and had fun with my colleauge.
The earlier review was much too kind.
The so-called food street is like a out of town mall with vendors selling everything and nothing.
An absolute waste of time.
I left feeling I should have just sat in any of the fast food joint, sipping my tea and bird watching.
Nothing special...just a small shopping center with just restaurants rather than shops. Worth trying are gaobuli dumplings/buns. There are also many shops selling souvenir food items such as ma hua ^ fried dough snacks and peanuts
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