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Oct 4, 2007 09:56 PM

Mongolian Barbeque in San Diego?

Is there anywhere to go for Mongolian Barbeque in San Diego besides Stir Fresh? Thanks!

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  1. Barona Casino Buffet has a Mongolian BBQ station.

    There is one in the Food Court at Parkway Plaza mall that I think is the same as the one at Mission Valley Mall.

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    1. re: Cathy

      Yeah, those are Great Khan's. Other locations here:

      Looks like UTC, Horton Plaza, and North County Fair are the others.

    2. You might try some of the Mongolian lamb, beef and noodle stir fries at Little Sheep on Clairemont Mesa, I haven't been there for lunch, but it looked like there were some reasonable alternatives to a still-seasonably-unlikely lunchtime hotpot.

      1. There is a place at the far east end of clairemont mesa blvd (right before the 15) in the strip mall where Boll Weevil is that I used to go to (unfortunately I can't remember the name). I haven't been there for probably a couple years. For $15 you get all you can eat mongolian bbq, soup, plus an egg roll and fried wontons. It's not exactly authentic but is pretty decent for the price.

        There's also a place in Mission Valley in the Hazard Center upstairs. But I wouldn't recommend going there. It was pretty bad the one time I went. All grease and no flavor.

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        1. re: mliew

          Eww, is that one still there? Above Trophy's sort of...I am so glad I went there with a coupon. Once.

          1. re: Cathy

            The place that was in Hazard Center was called Shanghai but they have since moved to where the movie theaters are in University City.

            The place on Clairemont Mesa is called Hsu's Szechuan. I think the dinner price is something like $11 or $12 (it's been a couple of years since I've last been there).

            1. re: Cathy

              Yeah, the one time I went I used a coupon as well. I think it was 2 for the price of 1. Even then I think they'd have to pay me to go back to eat there again.