N47°54'46.59" E106°53'51.03" Reservation is needed when you like to eat on the terrace or in the restaurant. Otherwise, you will be shown a converted garage-box next door and, although tasteful decorated, sounds like a big box inside.
The Mongolians may be forgiven what BBQ actually is. In fact this is a stir-fry cooking restaurant, so you select ingredients and the grill master stir-fries your meal. Complete menus are available too.
The downside of stir-fry cooking is that guests, specific the complete expat community of Ulaanbaatar, have to leave their tables to select their ingredients to be cooked by the grill master. Constant walking around is annoying, especially with large tour groups in the garage-box restaurant.
We avoided their non-traditional Mongolian food by ordering in August 2012 the more traditional Mongolian chicken khorkhog for 2 persons for 25900. The real traditional dish is with mutton, but the chicken legs were an excellent replacement. The served chicken broth or bouillon was the best we ever eaten. Really delicious. The salad with potato and sausage tasted very good. Chicken too. For 2 persons, the portions were oversized. Hey, this is BBQ! Service was efficient. Staff speaks English really well. Recommended while not eating in the garage-box.
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