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Sunday, 08 December 2013



Did sure looks good. I wished I ventured a bit when I was around that area with the wife and in-laws. Talk about Chinese food paradise.


Hi Billy - Hopefully you'll be able to hit up a few places on your next visit!


Wow, that Suan Cai looks like something I would dig. Do I see bean threads in there?


I love suan cai. There's something about it that makes any dish taste better IMO. What is the side of dumpling sauce they give you w/ at Qing dao? Is that ginger or garlic in the soy?


If you like sauerkraut you'll love Suan Cai Jan! And yes, they have bean thread in the dish.

Hi Faye - It's the standard condiment for QingDao style jiaozi, black vinegar and pounded garlic.


It's so sad that there are no good jiaozi in SD. I still haven't had a chance to go to Qing Dao. Must make a stop next time.


Hi Kirbie - Very sad.....


too bad about that jiaozi, I know how much you like that one...


Hi Kat - Yeah, it's still good, but wasn't quite as good. If that makes sense.

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