I have eaten here a number of times but never written a full review. Located in the Shangri-la hotel it is usually very crowded.
There are a number of stations throughout the restaurant which provide a number of selections to choose from. Breakfast has multiple choices of both Asian and, to a lesser extent, Western items. There are ample bread and roll selections, not typical items in a Chinese establishment.
Lunch also has a number of selections with seafood being a specialty. Unfortunately the La Mien (hand pulled noodles) are only served at breakfast and not lunch. I am just not that adventurous to skip eggs and breakfast meats for noodles.
The pastry bar is first rate, many bite size servings that make a sinful plate. My personal favorite is the carrot cake squares. There is also a nice cream bar that serves cones and dishes as well as cold stone made to order selections.
Price is a little steep when compared to a regular Chinese establishment, but typical for a hotel restaurant.
I will stop in again next time I am in Qingdao.
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