Foodie Review: Mongolian BBQ, Dublin
I was recently in Dublin for a couple of days, so we dug out a Transport guide for Dublin, and for dinner on the first night, we went to the well-known Temple Bar area to find something to eat. Literally the first place we came across was Mongolian BBQ and because it seemed like excellent value for money and a really novel experience we decided to try it.
Inside the place was pretty basic but the staff were really friendly and the place was full of people, giving it a great atmosphere.
Since we were having an early dinner, it was only 11 Euros for the all-you-can-eat buffet, rice and the drinks were really reasonable as well. Dublin is well known for being a really expensive city, so I was really pleasantly suprised with this.
You then take your bowl to the Mongolian barbecue (hence the name) which is like a huge circular griddle where the chef cooks your chosen food while you wait – and you can go back as many times as you like!
The food was really delicious – but that’s pretty much down to me! – but the novelty of the restaurant really made the experience for me. Plus, an all you can eat restaurant always gets a thumbs up from me!