Mongolia /mɒŋˈɡoʊliə/ ( listen) (Monggol Ulus in Mongolian; Монгол Улс in Mongolian Cyrillic) is a landlocked unitary sovereign state in East Asia. Its area is roughly equivalent with the historical territory of Outer Mongolia, and that term is sometimes used to refer to the current state. It is sandwiched between China to the south and Russia to the north. Mongolia does not share a border with Kazakhstan, although only 37 kilometres (23 mi) separates them.
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4.5 based on 384 reviews
Hazara": our name is derived from the people of Hazara tribe, settled in Northern Mountains of Afganistan. Hazara's are related to Mongolia as they came as part of Chinggis Khan's army in 13th century. They are proud, Independent and good natured people. Our Food; North Indian Frontier Cuisine is based on healthy traditional method of cooking. There is gentle use of spices and more emphasis on flavours and herbs. Tandoor (Clay oven) is used to grill the meat to give its chary taste. There is abundant use of dry fruits and cream to give very creamy and smooth taste. Our Architect: We have created the ambience of Havelis of Rajasthan. Antique doors and zarokas and colourful tents create warmth and romantic ambience.
4 based on 237 reviews
4.5 based on 346 reviews
Great cuban sandwiches, good lunches, perfect bacon eggs and coffee for breaky. Great lunch options from lasagna to burgers. Quick friendly service and friendly prices, always busy.
4.5 based on 187 reviews
This restaurant is only a few minutes walk from Sukbaatar Square and it overlooks the monastery museum. Theoretically an Italian restaurant but really more varied than that.
The staff don't speak English well but I managed to get an allergy friendly veggie meal.
Nice atmosphere, seems popular with local business people as well as expats and visitors
4 based on 383 reviews
We had an excellent meal here. The menu is primarily Italian but had some other continental dishes as well. The atmosphere was lovely and the service very good. Eating here was a pleasant break from Mongolia food. I would definitely eat here again if I found myself back in Ulaanbaatar.
4 based on 273 reviews
I wasn't crazy about the atmosphere of this place or the taste of much of the food. But it was a good chance to try things like Mongolia dumplings and mutton. It's definitely worth checking about despite my so so review because of the availability of Mongolian dishes. I don't like tough, unspiced meat and that seems to be a lot of what authentic Mongolian food is. But when in Mongolia...
4.5 based on 216 reviews
To find us: Go to our website for map directions or type "luna blanca restaurant" in a google search.Founded in the Spring of 2008 by three Mongolian women dedicated to promoting healthy and compassionate living. Serving a savory menu of Asian, Western and Mongolian cuisine, all foods are 100% Vegan (no animal products of any kind are used). Many of our ingredients are home made including items such as vegan mayonaisse, hot sauces, vegan mock meats, several types of dumplings and so on. From the onset, the restaurant has been run in a manner that is not profit seeking, choosing instead to pay relatively good salaries, engaging in community outreach and philanthropy, while keeping prices as low as possible and serving high quality ingredients. Luna Blanca Restaurant is smoke and alcohol free. We are child friendly with high seats and a special children’s menu. Special orders, catering, take-out are available. We have ample experience in catering and in hosting large events.
Came here following the recommendations on trip advisor and from people who were eating in this place. When you enter the garden there's a Buddha temple or something like that. The restaurant itself looks like someone's house. The menu was in English and also the waitress. We ordered salads in 6000-8000tugriks fair price, and I was expecting a great salad in a vegan place. When I got my salad it was rather "sad", not as lively as you normally get it in restaurants, was a bit disappointed with it. But vegetables are vegetables so difficult to destroy thanks god. Ordered also local juice, didn't like at all.
Then asked for pasta with mushrooms and olive oil special sauce, the plate was 7700tugriks, but the taste wasn't as I was expecting from top rated restaurant.
Bottom line - nice familial place, with a gig, vegan and Buddha. However the quality of the food (and maybe also products) is pretty low in my opinion, you want cheap there are plenty of places in ub for that, you want tasty you can get it as well, this place however seems to miss on both ends.
4.5 based on 258 reviews
We, at Namaste Restaurant strongly believe that a business exists because of it's valued customers/guests". Therefore, whatever we do here is meant to ensure a happy and highly satisfied guest.You are the most important element of our business. We feel proud and enthusiastic to see that our business ethics are liked and awarded by our guests.Who have voted for us in "Lonely Planet-(2011 edition)" travel guide as Ulaanbaatar's "TOP CHOICE" Indian restaurant.Once again we extend our sincere thanks to those who supported us in this journey without you we were not be able to come this far.
We had been recommended this restaurant by our hotel and when I looked at the menu there was nothing that seemed familiar. However I chose a fish masala and it was amazing. The sauce was fabulous and the fish just melted in my mouth. All the other dishes were just as good, even the saffron rice had a great flavour. One of the best Indian meals I have had in a long time. The service was great too, our hotel had booked the table and there were candles and delicately arranged coloured napkins, a great evening.
4.5 based on 209 reviews
This review refers to the branch in the Bluemon building. The restaurant serves Mongolian hotpot made in individual pans at the table, rather like a shabu-shabu with a Mongolian twist (buurz included). It was excellent. Service was however a bit hit and miss, and this was the only place we visited in Mongolia where I felt less than very welcome.
4.5 based on 194 reviews
Took Mongolian in laws here. Really delicious but filled with very young tourists, some at long tables, so was more casual and louder than I expected. Also be aware that last tables are available at 8:30 pm. and they close at 9.
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