Places to Eat in Mongolia
Mongolian cuisine is unique and heavily influenced by the country's nomadic way of life. Some popular dishes include:
Khuushuur: A type of fried meat pastry, typically made with beef or mutton.
Buuz: Steamed dumplings filled with minced meat and onions.
Khorkhog: A traditional Mongolian barbecue made with mutton, cooked over hot stones and served with vegetables.
Boortsog: A type of fried dough, similar to a biscuit, often served with tea or milk.
Tsuivan: A stir-fry dish made with noodles, vegetables, and meat.
Aaruul: Dried curd cheese, often eaten as a snack.
Suutei tsai: A salty milk tea, often served as a beverage.
In Mongolia, there are also many international restaurants and fast food chains available in the major cities.