For those of you who didn't know, I'm a proud foodie (that's why recently my post are about food reviews.) If I could switch places with Anthony Bourdain then I wouldv'e done so years back. All I ever wanted is to taste life's greatness, which includes food sampling. I'm a sucker in trying out new stuff but unfortunately I wasn't able to blog those new stuff these past months. But moving forward, I want to share this Mongolian eat-all-you-can buffet my boyfie and I tried last Wednesday at Mee Noodle Bar and Restaurant.
If I'm not mistaken, this restaurant is just fresh and is still making its way to the restaurant limelight. It is located at LeGrand Tower 1, Eastwood City. The place is quite not yet popular so it's struggling to get people's attention to come and try their dishes. So yes, thanks to their flyers, we learned about this place and set a date when we can try their mongolian buffet.
What can I say? It's super sulit! Of course they have their regular menu and I heard their noodles are delish. But we're not there to try their noodles. It's all about the buffet. Since during weekdays, their buffet starts at 9pm, we first stroll around Eastwood and make ourselves hungry so we could uhmm, you know, maximize that 199 bucks. lol. The place is not crowded that time and I believe it hasn't been crowded yet since it just opened last June so people are not yet aware of their existence.
The interiors are so-so. Fit for a noodle bar.
Since it's not yet popular, we enjoyed the quietness of the place.
The staffs are friendly and accommodating.
So here is what's included in the buffet. Since it's Mongolian buffet, you make your own choices. They have a wide variety of toppings. You can choose between rice, sotanghon, and bihon as your base then it's up to you which veggies, meat, and sauce you would like to add. If you don't have any idea how this works, just think of hongkong noodle style, only that this one has more variety, has more choices and you can make your own. You can have more mushroom if that's what you want or you can have more corn if you want to, you can ditch the green peas and bell peppers, no pressure. It's all your choice. And know what's even cooler? You can have as many servings as you want! Talk about a great find! More chicken? more beef? Have it your way!
They also have different kinds of sauce. Though I didn't tried all of it because I just stick to Oyster sauce the whole time. Lol.
As for meat, they have chicken, beef, pork, and fish.
My first try. Consists of sotanghon, toge, chicken, beef, lots of onions, peanuts, oyster and korean sauce. Believe me, it tastes so good. It just doesn't look like it on this picture because I'm not good in taking photos you know!
Second bowl. Still a good combination for me. :) If you're not sure which tastes good together, do a random research first so you would know what to try. I didn't do my research and wish I had but I guess I'm just so good with food that this tasted so yummy. Lol. If you're not convinced then ask my boyfriend! =))
This is how it looked like after cooking.
Verdict for their Mongolian Buffet: 9.0
Will I go back? Definitely!
This is good for barkadas who wants to pig out. Just for 199 you get to stuff yourself with all the weird combinations you can think of. I haven't tried their noodles yet but I'm looking forward to it. Heard they're serving kare kare noodles! Hmm.. Should definitely try that.
For more scrumptious pictures of their menu and for more info, you may visit their Facebook Page. :)