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Review: Find northern Chinese cooking at Alhambra's New Qingdao

Qingdao is a port city in the Shandong province; it sits on the edge of the Yellow Sea across from Korea and is known for seafood specialties prepared with subtlety.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • February 26, 2020
The building at the northeast corner of West Valley Boulevard and South 2nd Street in Alhambra has housed many restaurants over the last 30 years, including Happy Table and Gourmet Island. Now called New Qingdao, its latest owners swoop...
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