Wow. Look at what you find from wandering around Lake City Way.
Apparently the plainly named Teriyaki Joy is secretly a Mongolian joint. I was walking by and included among the pictures of gyoza, chicken teriyaki and Chinese food, were pictures of little dumplings and a fry bread. Intrigued I stuck my head in to discover that they have about 12 Mongolian dishes on their menu.
I would have never expected it aside from the tiny pics in their window, but they serve all manner of Mongolian soups and stews and stuff. I had already eaten lunch, but I got a couple of Buuz (dumplings) and Huushuur (like a deep-fried stuffed bread) just to taste.
I can't say that I know what good Mongolian food should be like, but I found this to be rather tasty.
Just thought I'd share for anyone looking for Mongolian food in the area.
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