3225 Highway 7 East
Cuisine: Northern Mongolian
Type: Restaurant (the “no sweats” kind)
This restaurant was a treat from a friend of mine and his wife before they left for China to start their newlywed life. They are from a city called Hohhot located in Inner Mongolia and while they are familiar with Northern Mongolian cuisine, many of us weren’t but we definitely wanted a taste.
Unfortunately, everything happened so fast I couldn’t keep track of what was ordered but here are some mouth watering pictures that might be able to help if you decide to dine there. Or the very least, you can show your waiter/waitress and they’ll know what it is.
This one is something I’d recommend. Their version of sweet and sour pork; not too heavy on the sauce and the batter is so crispy you can hear the crunch!
Meat so tender it’ll melt in your mouth!
This was a meal I definitely enjoyed but if my friend didn’t order, I wouldn’t know where to start. I’d recommend asking the waiter to suggest some dishes that are unique to Mongolian cuisine or else you might be ordering the general Chinese dishes you can get elsewhere.