Weihai (Chinese: 威海; pinyin: Wēihǎi), formerly called Weihaiwei (Weihai Guard) (traditional Chinese: 威海衞; simplified Chinese: 威海卫; pinyin: Wēihǎiwèi), is a city in eastern Shandong province, China. It is the easternmost prefecture-level city of the province and a major seaport. Weihai borders Yantai to the west and the Yellow Sea to the east.
Things to do in Weihai
4.5 based on 4 reviews
4.5 based on 10 reviews
4.5 based on 6 reviews
This is our first choice for coffee in Weihai. The coffee is excellent and considerably cheaper than Starbucks and other major chains (15 RMB for an Americano, 20 RMB for a Latte). Bread'n also offers a wide selection of cakes and other baked goods, all for reasonable prices. These vary in size from small snacks to large birthday cakes. The decor is well thought out and clean. The menus and prices are also in English and Korean allowing those with no Chinese language to order easily. The Wi-Fi is one of the best I have encountered in China.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
The atmosphere is cool & the pizza is pretty good for China. It is thin crust Neapolitano style. I had the Quattro Formaggio, which was good. I also tried the DiAvolo (spicy) & the margarita. There's better pizza crust in town, but I'm glad this place is an option too.
We had a constant sewer smell during our meal, which probably threw off my experience with the food a bit.
The beer was cold & the service was terrific. It is next to a hip looking bakery too.
Contrary to my GPS, this is on the canal in Koreatown...a few blocks from the beach.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
4.5 based on 6 reviews
I believe these people also own the excellent pizza restaurant, a few doors away, in the mostly Korean district.
The coffee is very good, with an excellent choice of cakes and snacks, They also sell good french style baguettes, at 10 yuan each, more expensive than Da Yun Fa, but good quality and it keeps a couple of days,if you put it in a plastic bag,
The ambience is good and it's nicely decorated-you could almost be in Vienna The street is pleasant, with a canal across the street and it's not far from the beach.
I'd go there every day, if I lived a bit closer, in walking distance..
4 based on 14 reviews
A taste of Italy, with hand made pizza's, pasta's, steaks, lamb chops. We are committed to make your dining experience the best in Weihai. We can host corporate events, birthday parties, weddings, and special banquets for up to 200 people. We also provide world class catering, special condictions may apply. Come join us and enjoy appetizers and great company from both locals and visiting foreigns.
Small but very nice ,air conditioned restaurant offered various Italian food and European style food also perfect Italian wine with reasonable prices.Waiter and waitress are speaking English ,menu in English.I spent there time with pleasure.You can pay with Visa card.Food was really tasted.Probably if time permit me I'll back there.My Order :
-antipasti - fried prawns and calamari
-soup- porcini soup
-beef tenderloin well done with fried vegetables and potatoes
- 1btl red wine Nero D'Avola
Price for all 47 Euro.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
in 2013, 2 starbuck and 2 Esquires opened around the same time. Esquires however, has better coffee, better service, better chairs, more reliable wi-fi and great music. The staff bring you your coffee or food (which most other cafes don't do) and they recently added a cooked breakfast to their menu, as well as the sandwhiches and cakes. It's also large enough and quiet enough to work or relax. i now go their twice a week to write my reports in a wonderful environment. Before they opened up Weihai lacked quality cafes.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
We're have more than ten years of history in Beijing sanlitun south st. We're serves 40 more kinds of beer and cocktais, also have single malt ,scotch blended,bourbon whisky ,many kinds of snacks,pizza,pasta,and black sun Berger is a best Berger in the town,welcome my friend! This is your bar. Your night,your party, Be Fun!
This has become one of our favourite weekend haunts. The burgers are delicious and well priced and there are plenty of other options as well. Guinness is 35 RMB, relatively cheap in China. During summer there is space to sit outside and enjoy the lively Han Le Feng area. The manager is very friendly and speaks good English. Unlimited peanuts are provided along side the beer. The smoky atmosphere becomes unpleasant later in the evening but this is sadly part of living in China.
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