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Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot

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ok, where have I been? Went to Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot (in a strip mall at Diane and Clairemont Mesa Blvd) for the first time with some co-workers and had a great time. We ordered the two-bowl soup which was a split bowl - one side with a milky broth and the other side containing trillions of chile peppers. It is heated at your table and you throw in your items and cook them yourself.

I mainly ate from the spicy side and loved it. We had platters of meat, meat, and more meat, as well as a random sampling of veggies (cabbage, thai lettuce, spinach, etc), 3 kinds of tofu, even more meat, and even some yam noodles. It was expensive and we were over stuffed, but we ordered waaaay too many items.

Hits: The sponge tofu, shrimp balls (impressive size for a shrimp), sliced beef, sliced lamb, lotus slices

Misses: regular tofu, pork meatballs

veteran Chowhounders....what do I aim for next time I go to Little Sheep?

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Mongolian Hot Pot
4718 Clairemont Mesa Blvd, San Diego, CA 92117

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  1. I've been there quite a few times. My favorite items are:

    - Frozen Tofu
    - Winter Melon
    - Beef and Lamb combo plate
    - Enoki Mushrooms
    - Thick noodles
    - Potatoes

    1. chrysanthemum leaf (tong-ho)
      fun sze (mung bean thread)
      watercress
      winter melon
      any of the mushrooms
      deep fried tofu (can't remember the Chinese name)
      sesame pancake
      fish balls

      1. Mongolian meat pie
        vinegar peanuts

        1. Go for lunch for the set menu. $10 for meat, noodles, frozen tofu (try it!), mushrooms, bok choy. The chinese style noodles are great, we need more of that in SD.