It is best not to forget your wallet or purse in the car when dining here for it can be a long haul to the parking lot. Situated more than 200 meters ... More
Rolling Restaurant of TV Tower
It is best not to forget your wallet or purse in the car when dining here for it can be a long haul to the parking lot. Situated more than 200 meters in the sky atop Qingdao's TV Tower, the largest steel tower in China, this restaurant offers the kind of views normally only enjoyed by window washers and sure footed mountain goats. The buffet menu leans heavily towards Hui cuisine, meaning diners can expect a large offering of lamb, beef and grilled mutton dishes. Seating is for 232, so unless it is a huge holiday weekend walk-ins, or in this case, elevator-rider-walk-ins, can usually snare a table without a wait.
Even though Qingdao, China seems like an unlikely place to find classic neo Gothic architecture this massive Catholic Church truly
is a visual marvel. Built in 1934 by German architects in the shape of a Latin cross it ranks ...
This prestigious establishment commands magnificent views of the river Thames and people frequent the place in droves, especially for business
lunches and romantic dinners. Modern art hangs by the bar, where a live singer or pianist entertains during the ...
This high quality restaurant, specializing in Chinese “home style” cooking, is one of the most popular and successful in Beijing,
and now has four branches in the central Jian Guo Men Wai area. After several expansions, there are plenty ...