Mongolia offers a variety of high-quality cuisines at some of its best
restaurants. Take a look at the top eateries in this frontier market
Hazara is tucked away behind the Wrestling Palace off the busy Peace Avenue.
It is one of Ulaanbaatar’s longest-standing restaurants and serves authentic
North Indian cuisine, which is perfect for those craving a spicy kick to
their meal. Try the popular chicken murgh malai, succulent and creamy chicken
marinated in yoghurt and spices, or signature dish raan e hazara, a leg
of lamb marinated overnight with bay leaves, cardamom and other Indian
spices. The restaurant décor is warm and simple, the ground and mezzanine
floor provide plenty of space for diners, while wooden and brass tables
and seating separated by bright wall hangings give meals at Hazara an intimate
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.
When it opened in 2008, Luna Blanca was only the second vegan restaurant
in all of Mongolia, but today it is one of around 25 Mongolian restaurants
catering specifically to the vegan diet. The cozy, café-style venue serves
up a number of nutritious, tasty and reasonably priced dishes such as the
rainbow miso soup, miso broth with fresh tofu, seaweed, mushroom, radish
and carrots; and the Luna Blanca Mongol combo plate, featuring vegetarian
versions of traditional bansh, buuzand khuushuur dumplings.
The Bull Hotpot Restaurant
As of 2019 The BULL AUTHENTIC HOT RESTAURANT operates in 6 locations throughout
Ulaanbaatar city Addresses: The Bull 3: J.Sambuu St 32, Bluemon tower,
Ulaanbaatar 14200 The Bull 1: Khuuhdiin, Seoul St 100, Ulaanbaatar 14252
The Bull 2: Baruun 4 zam, Ulaanbaatar Ulaanbaatar, 16050 The Bull Naadam
Center: Naadam Center, Khan-Uul, Ulaanbaatar
Located on the fourth floor of the recently built and impressive BlueMon
Centre in Ulaanbaatar’s main business area, the Buffalo Grill specializes
in Mongolian grilled meat dishes, where meat is grilled over an open charcoal
fire giving it a succulent, smoky flavor. Guests looking for a more hands-on
approach to their meal can take advantage of a unique feature of the restaurant
– each table at Buffalo Grill features its own charcoal frying grill, with
built in smoke reduction, which allows guests to self-cook their food in
a communal picnic ambience.
Grand Khan Irish Pub
The Grand Khan Irish Pub is the perfect destination for diners looking
for a relaxed, casual environment in which to enjoy some wholesome pub
grub. Traditional homely dishes reminiscent of the Emerald Isle, such as
Irish stew and Irish-style lamb shanks, are available alongside a range
of sandwiches, soups and pizzas. Those with a more adventurous palate can
try Asian dishes including tagturitan soup, a spicy chicken and potato-based
Korean stew, or crispy pork belly with noodles. Irish and Mongolian beers
are available and the pub features outdoor covered seating, where guests
can enjoy a drink and snack while taking in the hustle and bustle of the
Altai Mongolian Grill
The Altai Mongolian Grill introduces an innovative way of dining. Rather than a set menu, guests create their own meal according to their individual preferences from a number of vegetables, meats, noodles, seasoning and sauces before the skilled Altai chefs cook the meal. While menus vary from location to location, the Bimex Holding Building branch features a varied range of ingredients for guests to mix and match including beef, mutton, horse meat and soy chunks which can be cooked in sauces including Asian ginger root and Korean bulgogi.
Azzurro is a luxury Mediterranean restaurant situated at the very top of the Monnis Tower, a prime location offering stunning panoramic views of Ulaanbaatar. Azzurro, meaning ‘blue’ in Italian, features a stylish yet comfortable lounge area and is elegantly decorated in white marble with wooden walls and blue-tinted windows to reflect the restaurant’s name. Italian-born executive chef Alberto Boccelli has created a menu of delicious dishes combining the traditional Mediterranean flavours of Italy, Spain and southern France. Treat your taste buds to the tantalising agnello in crosta estiva, a lemon and parsley-crusted rack of lamb with a potato and mushroom cake and mustard jus, or the mouth watering polpo in insalata, a salad of octopus and prawns with a lemon dressing.
The first and only Sri Lankan restaurant and tea bar in Mongolia, Ceylonta
opened with the purpose of introducing the Sri Lankan cuisine, renowned
for its liberal use of herbs and spices, to the country. Created by Sri
Lankan-born chefs and with ingredients flown in straight from the island
nation, it features authentic dishes including Sri Lankan malucurry (a
fish curry made with onion and tomato and flavored with garlic, ginger
and goraka) and batu moju, an eggplant-based dish mixed with onions, tomato,
garlic, Maldives fish and coconut milk.
Named after the 13th century capital city of the Mongol Empire, Khara Khorum offers guests a fine dining experience in modern, stylish surroundings. One of five restaurants in the Kempinski Hotel Khan Palace, Khara Khorum offers a balanced menu featuring a number of traditional Mongolian dishes like tsuivan, a stew of noodles, vegetables and meat, and the steamed dumpling dish buuz. In fact, Khara Khorum is renowned for serving some of the best khuushuur,a pan-fried dumpling traditionally filled with minced lamb, in the capital.