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Seoul Restaurant

Seoul Restaurant (Seoul Club Building, National Children’s Park, Sukhbaatar District, Ulan Bator) – this is a beautiful restaurant and very spacious (like a ball room), located close to the Tumen Ekh Ensemble. Ideal for groups, it’s a hit with local wedding parties. Four different menus are offered between Korean food, Chinese, Japanese or western style … Continue reading Seoul Restaurant

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Sakura Restaurant

Sakura Restaurant (East Cross Road, Peace Avenue, Kempinski Hotel Khan Palace, Ulan Bator) — this is a very small restaurant within a luxury hotel at center of the capital. With only nine tables, you should show up before Noon or well after 2:00 pm if you don’t want to wait for a seat! The menu … Continue reading Sakura Restaurant

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Rosewood Kitchen & Enoteca

Rosewood Kitchen & Enoteca (Seoul Street 7/1, 1st Floor, MGG Office Building, Ulan Bator) – diners can enjoy the freshest produced food in the capital, since the chef himself actually grows his own herbs (thyme, basilic) and works with local breeders and herders. You can choose from pizzas, modest in size but absolutely delicious, some … Continue reading Rosewood Kitchen & Enoteca

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Namaste Restaurant

Namaste Restaurant (6th Khoroo, 2nd Floor, Khatansuikh Building, Sukhbaatar District, Ulan Bator) – this is one of the capital’s Indian restaurants. The best chicken tandoori to date is found at this restaurant, as well as other curry delicacies. Regular diners here recommend the Ghost Palak (a sort of spinach curry with lamb), served with some … Continue reading Namaste Restaurant

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Mongolians Restaurant

Mongolians Restaurant (Barilga Megastore, Big Ring Road, Ulan Bator) — this restaurant provides the best offer in town for the typical traditional and modernized nomadic food. When you walk in, you can’t help but notice the decor, as every prop has been arranged in museum-lie fashion: items under glass, with a slightly dimmed-lighted environment. The … Continue reading Mongolians Restaurant

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Mexikhan Restaurant

Mexikhan Restaurant (Regency Residence, UNESCO Street, Ulan Bator) – this restaurant is quite a surprise for those visiting Ulan Bator. It’s a nice place for spicy and crusty food lovers, and you will have a great selection of the best fajitas, burritos or chili con carne. During the summer, it’s best to have a rest … Continue reading Mexikhan Restaurant

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Luna Blanca

Luna Blanca (FPMT, 16 Tourist Street, Ulan Bator) – located near the Fine Arts Zanabazar Museum in the capital, this is one of the few vegan restaurants that exist anywhere in carnivorous Mongolia. Luna Blanca is the creation of co-owners Altanzaya and Ariunaa, whose mission is to encourage healthier diets in Mongolia, meaning that all … Continue reading Luna Blanca

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La Veranda

La Veranda (Jamyngun Street, Ulan Bator) – opened in 2006, La Veranda has both quality and reasonable prices throughout the year. The restaurant is nicely decorated with comfortable seats in a warm atmosphere. You can sit on colorful cozy sofas or have a rest on the terrace with a view of the Choijin Lama temple … Continue reading La Veranda

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Khara Khorum

Khara Khorum (Kempinksi Hotel Khan Palace Ulaanbaatar, East Cross Road, Ulan Bator) — Named after the 13th century capital city of the Mongol Empire, Khara Khorum provides guests with a refined dining experience in modern, stylish surroundings. One of five restaurants in the Kempinski Hotel Khan Palace, Khara Khorum offers an eclectic menu featuring a number … Continue reading Khara Khorum

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Hazara

Hazara (Peace Avenue, District 13, Ulan Bator) – this Indian restaurant is tucked away behind the Wrestling Palace off the busy Peace Avenue. It is one of Ulaanbaatar’s longest-standing restaurants and serves authentic North Indian cuisine, which is perfect for those craving a spicy kick to their meal. There’s the popular chicken murgh malai, succulent and … Continue reading Hazara