This Mongolian restaurant fills up quickly with both foreigners and Koreans alike and it’s clear that no matter what ethnicity anyone is, the first thing to do is order the dumplings. The size of a small child’s fist, the buuz (meat-filled dumplings) come served with a side of sour cream and could suffice as a meal for one. Other popular choices at the restaurant include a variety of stir-fry dishes as well as niisel (Mongolian potato salad). Two more familiar options are rice served with Mongolian beefsteak and Mongolian rib soup made with beef ribs, carrots and potatoes (said to be great for hangovers).
12, Eulji-ro 44-gil
|Opening hours:||Buuz 6,000 won (eight pieces), niisel 7,000 won.|
|Price:||Buuz 6,000 won (eight pieces), niisel 7,000 won.|