looking for a
mongolian bbq place.
pile the noodles
and other goodies
and they fry it up
going in circles.
i've been to a place
in chinatown dc.
perhaps any in nova?
On that note, can someone tell me what exactly Mongolian BBQ *should* be? Is this an gimmicky invention by Chinese restaurant owners to diversify their offerings? As far as I can tell, none of the ingredients seem to be indigenous to just Mongolia. Is there a certain dish I should watch for?
Your question got me thinking, and since I hadn't done my google search of the day...
The link following is what I came up with. The site seems pretty interesting, as does the cookbook they recommend, although I probably won't be trying any of their meat recipes anytime soon. I may have to weigh down my increasingly heavy cook book shelves once again.
Tony Cheng's 621 H Street in Chinatown.
BD's, 7201 Wisconsin, Bethesda.
Mongolian Grill, 7710 Wisconsin, Bethesda (my personal favorite).