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Mongolian: A warrior feast

Eat like a khan
Eat like a khan
Eat like a khan

Kublai Khan Mongolian BBQ Restaurant

Kublai Khan Mongolian BBQ Restaurant’s atmosphere resembles an open Mongolian tent, with its ceiling in brilliant blue. Ancient weapons are also on display and guests are warmly served as homecoming warriors.

The Mongolian BBQ selection is a combination of freshly-sliced meat such as beef and lamb and accompaniments prepared in Mongolian style. Take pleasure in watching the chefs demonstrate their unique culinary expertise.

If BBQ is not your cup of tea, consider its sister restaurant – Royal Kublai Khan, which serves Mongolian goodness in a hotpot.

Park Mall, 9 Penang Road, #04-01, Singapore 238459, Tel: 6334 4888

The Tent Mongolian Fresh Grill & Bar

The Tent Mongolian Fresh Grill & Bar specialises in grilled food. The Genghis Khan platter offers one soup, one appetizer and unlimited rounds of grill and, of course, a sauce of your choice. The chicken, prawn and lamb are must-tries.

The food is inspired by Mongolian ways, though the discerning diner may question how authentic it is. Nonetheless it promises satisfying comfort food, in a fuss-free ambience.

3D River Valley Road, #01-02, Singapore 179023, Tel: 6339 0200

Tsenguun Mongolian & Korean Cuisine

Tsenguun Mongolian & Korean Cuisine is the place to answer both your Korean and Mongolian cravings.

Stemming from the victory meals of ancient Mongolian warriors, look out for exotic dishes like Niislel Salad, Guriltai Shul and Khuushuur. These dishes remain true to their historical roots, with a few modern twists to please the Singaporean foodie.

March forth into Korean territory with regular fare such as Hae Mool Jeon, Kimchi Soup and even a myriad of barbecue meat options.

184 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427455, Tel: 6348 6919