Eating out with a group is always a nice idea, but in practice it suffers from being a stationary affair whereby even the most delicious of menus cannot compensate for suffering dull conversation while laughter and scintillating anecdotes echo over from fellow diners further down the table.
This is why The Mongolian Barbeque is a perfect antidote to stiff, sit-down dining. The format is simple – grab a bowl, fill up with your choice of meats, vegetables, herbs, spices and sauces from the buffet, toss them on the communal griddle and watch as the house chef stir-fries them to perfection. Return to your table, consume, and repeat as desired.
There are numerous optional extras, but unlimited steamed rice and fresh salad are included as standard. The atmosphere is friendly, the culinary creation possibilities are endless and the to-and-froing from buffet to griddle to table ensure that, if eating en masse, you’re sure to spend some quality time debating the compatibility of black bean sauce with chicken. There’s no blaming the chef this time.