Thursday, July 21, 2016

Around the world in a week with my daughter - Culinary Adventure Staycation (Day 4 -Dinner: Mongolian)

Day 4: Dinner - Mongolian
Restaurant : Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot

To begin with we had a Grilled Chicken Wing Skewer
We got a half and half broth (spicy and house special). We got 2 meats (Chicken and Beef), 2 veggies (Baby Bak-Choy and knotted Sea weed), Head on Shrimp and House special noodles.
Sour plum juice.
They gave 6 pieces of sliced oranges along with the cheque.

It was good. It is not the best hot pot I have had. But, the ones I have had before are not Mongolian but Schezwan. Maybe my expectations were different. Vegetables and Meats were fresh. Sour Plum Juice was our first and tasted like BBQ sauce.

Good service. Clean and nice place. The servers were friendly and helpful in explaining the choices. My daughter had fun cooking and eating.

It cost us around $45 including tax and tips.

I have taken a week off from work to do a culinary staycation with my 10 year old daughter who is a bigger foodie than myself and an adventurous foodie too.
I wanted to make this experience a memorable one and squeeze in a little bit of learning too.
We will be exploring different cuisines from around the world and learning about their culture and traditions around food.
 — at Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot, San Diego 小肥羊.


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