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Kublai's / Nomads.: Kublai's / Nomads.
Kublai's is now named "Nomads". Enjoy some great Mongolian style food served buffet style where you can watch your dinner being prepared or return to your table and enjoy a drink until your served.
Favorite Dish: Nomads offers a wide variety of food items to choose from IE... Lamb, Beef, assorted Fish, Veggies, Rice and for a twist Pizza.
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Kublai's: A Must-Try experience!
basically, it is a mongolian bbq restaurant, where you choose all the ingredients and the sauce by yourself! actually, it is like cooking at home, with all the ingredients available on a buffet table! you choose one by one, as much as you like, you choose the rice/ pasta first, then the vegetable (including some local ones, and water chestnut, corn, etc), and then the meat (fish, pork, beef, lamb, chicken, prawn, liver), and then the sauce (over 20 to choose from).
Favorite Dish: Basically, you cook your own food! So, you usually like it, once you get to know which sauce to choose!
Creative coocking daily...
Creative coocking daily at:
a Mongolian Buffet style restaurant.
It's very casual, with mostly 'foreign' visitors. It's a lot of fun, people are friendly, you'll make friends real easy and the view at the window (in the Wan Chai location) is overlooking the streets below.
Favorite Dish: Actually it's a buffet style restaurant, where for 1 price you'll get a bowl and a little aluminum tag.
At the buffet, there's a lot of various fresh and raw food. All you need to do is just mix it in any combination you like it, then drop it off at the small window to the kitchen. After a few minutes on a hot plate, it'll be served to your table.
For a highly unusual meal...
For a highly unusual meal suitable for meat lovers or strict vegetarians, I would like to recommend this lovely eaterie called simply Kublai’s Mongolian with several outlets in the Capital Center, Jaffe Road, Wanchai and Kimberley Road, Tsimshatsui (Jordan MTR).
Yes, you've guessed it. This is a Mongolian restaurant serving a eat-as-much-as-you-like menu in an informal dining setting. You basically create your own dishes based on either noodles or rice with over 30-40 combinations of meat, vegetables and sauces including Teriyaki, Satay and spicy Mongolian. Then, choose your choice of ingredients and leave your numbered bowl at the kitchen.
And, voila... within minutes a custom-cooked steaming hot pot is delivered to your table. ;-D
Oh, and it's very reasonably priced, too.
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