During my ritualistic under-employed walk today, I passed "Asian Grill." On the menu they have two pages of Japanese food, one page of American/Breakfast food and one page of Mongolian food. I was curious about this because there used to be a place down the street with some dumplings, etc., that seemed to focus on snack food and, weirdly. Pizza. I don't think its there anymore.
My images didn't come out well enough, noontime glare, but here is what I think I can see in my bad pics. Sorry in advance for my lack of detail.
Dumplings(2 types in the $3-4 range)
(something that starts with an 'M' Buuz
Soup(8 types $6.50-8.50)
Two kinds of Bantan
I cant read the others but the English looks like
"Beef, vegetables, meatball, dried potato and clear noodle in thick soup"
"Vegetable, beef soup with small dumpling"
"Vegetable beef soup"
Birthai Khar Shul(??)
Sauteed Plate(3 Types looks like all are $6.99)
I cant read anything on this but looks like three dishes and I see fried noodles(?)
Khuushuur two pieces, $3.00
Salat (3 types, $2.50-4.50)
"Potato, egg, beef, carrots, pickle in...mayonnaise"(? not sure)
"Iceberg, carrots, onions, in...(? not sure looks like the word starts with a V and has two G's)
"carrots, onions, garlic"
Rice Plate(5 types, all look to be $7.49)
Guhlyah(?)"beef stew in (something) sauce
Tumanli (m-something) Khuurga "ground beef ..."(?)
They also have a dessert & drink section on the Mongolian menu. Happy Hour is 99cents for Beer, Sake or Wine with an order. Hmmm, interesting.
Does anyone know anything about this place?? Not very good reviews on Yelp but no-one really commented on the Mongolian menu.
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