They serve North-Chinese dishes, and we had soft and tender fried bean sprouts, the three-layered pork with a delicious sauce, a beef and egg soup that became excellent after adding some soy sauce and pepper, and another three-layered stewed pork. Portions are big. For drinks we had of course Tsingtao beer, but regular beers and other drinks are available as well.
The place looks simple with light wooden furniture and some food photos on the walls. It's air-conditioned, but there's a terrace outside near the road.
The service was fast, English was spoken, but not much Thai.
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