Street Market restaurants in Qīngdǎo
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A small hole-in-the-wall passageway (below an archway that has a plaster motif '1902') off Zhongshan Lu opens up to a small warren of food stalls. While the whole place is rather 'made up', you can get everything from pancakes to barbecued skewers to live seafood cooked anyway you like. Prices are mostly labelled and many joints have picture menus.
A frenetic and fabulous street market chock-a-block with stalls selling raw produce, vegetables and other delights. Every other stall sells food: fried chicken, pancakes, bread, cooked dishes…it's all cheap, so just stop when something catches your fancy. The neighbouring Zhifu Lu has several sit-down kerbside joints serving food and Tsingtao (locals buy it in large plastic bags to takeaway – you can have yours in a glass).