Mongolian Barbeque restaurant

7 Anglesea Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, City Centre South

Dublin 2

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Cuisine:
Mongolian

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160 reviews
4 stars - based on 160 reviews
The Mongolian BBQ is located in the cultural quarter of Dublin; Temple Bar, in the heart of Dublin 2. This is a trendy and popular spot for a casual but excellent dining experience with locals and visitors alike. The experience of eating here is entirely unique, and the restaurant boasts a delectable menu that will both surprise and delight you. You have the choice of the best in locally sourced fine ingredients, and then you can relax as you watch your dinner being cooked in front of you by the expert chefs in the restaurant. Each dish is filled with flavour and bursting with freshness, the diverse menu ensures there’s something for everyone in this gem. Think of an excuse to get the family or friends together and try The Mongolian Barbeque, you’ll be delighted that you took the chance. This is a great way to try a number of different dishes in the one place!

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OPENING HOURS

Mon11:30am - 9:30pm
Tue11:30am - 9:30pm
Wed11:30am - 9:30pm
Thu11:30am - 9:30pm
Fri11:30am - 10:30pm
Sat11:30am - 10:30pm
Sun12:00pm - 9:30pm

CAPACITY
70 people

CUISINES
BBQ, Mongolian, Paleo

FACILITIES

Seafood available Accept major credit cards

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Mongolian Barbeque

at3624
Dublin
7 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:42%

Reviewed 09th October 2017 (visited 7 October 2017 )

We went for lunch and the noodles were amazing! Great value also

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gaoife
Dublin
25 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:75%

Reviewed 27th September 2017 (visited 14 September 2017 )

Really good as always, very friendly staff and the food was top notch

Mongolian Barbeque

Massey
Louth
4 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:62%

Reviewed 27th June 2016 (visited 2 May 2016 )

As good as ever, got the flat breads as a side but they werent great, the BBQ food was as always very good. will be back,

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Dag1
Dublin
33 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 30th July 2015 (visited 18 July 2015 )

Upon arrival mentioned 1 of our party was vegetarian and the waiter was very helpful explaining how it works, the different food options for vegetarians and showing the sauce and condiments ingredients list. He then said we could have the veg food cooked in the wok so no cross contamination or on cleaned down corner of grill. He told the cook & said when you bring bowls up to be cooked just mention it. We did so and was met with a sour faced grumble when we said we'd prefer it wok cooked. The woman then proceeded to moan about cleaning the grill, heating the wok and how long the wok would take etc.. We said it was fine we would wait. Whilst waiting & watching the various food cook we were relieved we stood our ground on the wok cooking as although the grill was cleaned for the veg the utensils weren't and were used on the variety of food items being cooked. The food did take a long time to arrive and sadly was overwhelmingly bland. The veggies tasted stewed rather than stir fried. Not a pleasant meal so no return visit planned.

Mongolian Barbeque

kittyn7632408727
Dublin
25 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:62%

Reviewed 02nd July 2015 (visited 24 April 2015 )

The food looked amazing, we thought it was good value for money & seeing the guys cook it in front of you is great but the general flavor was just so bland. I don't think we will go again, very disappointing.

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davidamurray11

18 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 07th May 2015 (visited 12 February 2015 )

Was ok. Nice food and the spectacle of it being cooked there good and get-it-yourself so you get what you want. Happy enough with my time there.

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Katherinee.burns
Kildare
24 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 16th April 2015 (visited 25 March 2015 )

Had to try this place after hearing such great things and it didn't disappoint! Delicious food, great value buffet and lovely staff that were really helpful to first timers who had no idea what was going on!

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Biabum
Dublin
56 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 04th February 2015 (visited 13 November 2014 )

Having heard so many great things about this place for years, I finally decided to try it out. What an experience! The food is seriously good quality and you can pick and choose what you like while eating as much as you like! The staff were really friendly and helpful. Excellent value for money. If you haven't already checked it out, now is the time!

Mongolian Barbeque

tammarnie
Offaly
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 02nd February 2015 (visited 23 January 2015 )

This is a really nice place to eat. I love bringing my visitors here as it doesn't cost the earth! Great if your a vegetarian. It's clean and the staff are really polite

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conorlonergan91
Tipperary
2 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 02nd February 2015 (visited 9 December 2014 )

Love going here and bringing people who've never been. It's always good fun and something different. The food is good and the staff are always very friendly.

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jocelyne353
Dublin
18 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:75%

Reviewed 14th September 2014 (visited 13 September 2014 )

Hi, My friends and I had good time and we enjoyed the food. For my friends it was their 1st visit. I also put a comment and photo on twitter..

Mongolian Barbeque

grimm105
Dublin
15 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:75%

Reviewed 25th August 2014 (visited 19 August 2014 )

Different to most of the usual Asian restaurants, in here you are given a buffet full of noodles and many different vegetables and you can fill your bowl as high as is possible with whatever you like. You then pick a small bowl of meat (fish, chicken, beef, some pre-seasoned, some not) and then you can fill the vegetable and meat bowls with any number of Asian sauces and spices, making the dish as mild or spicy as you like. You then join a queue in front of a cook with a massive semi-circle grill, your food is taken, cooked up and given back in a big bowl and when you return to your table there's a jug of water and a separate bowl of rice waiting for you. Really enjoyable place to eat, where you can customise the dish exactly to your tastes and at under €6 for lunch, it's very reasonable. Would recommend.

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littlediner
Dublin
3 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 13th May 2014 (visited 18 April 2014 )

Great place for something different - create your meal from a huge range of possibilities of spices, sauces & ingredients & then watch it cooked before your eyes. Very good value & great for something interesting & tasty.

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SUSANJ
Dublin
176 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 27th April 2014 (visited 11 April 2014 )

I had been meaning to try this place for a good while now but I was always apprehensive about how much vegan food would be available and I have a bit of a phobia about self service and buffets. Turned out, I should have gotten over myself a long time ago, not going here for a few years has indeed been a number of missed opportunities. I turned up here on a Friday afternoon around 1.45, the place was busy, but staff assured us from the onset they would have a table for us in a few minutes, and sure enough they did. We were duly seated and asked had we ever been there before. We explained we had not but our daughter had been in last week with a bunch of her student friends and had highly recommended it, we also said we were vegan and our daughter had informed us that anyone not eating meat got to take 2 bowls instead of one to the grill, which seems very fair as paying the same price as people who are eating meat does not seem fair on any level. She immediately informed us that she could get a part of the grill kept aside for us or have everything cooked from scratch in our own wok. We were very happy with the second option, to be on the safe side. The place was busy and lively but never felt chaotic, there were ample windows to the front of the restaurant where were were seated and the decor was nice and neutral but cosy, it did not have the functional feel of so many buffet restaurants. Everything was very well explained to us, we headed towards the buffet with our bowls, and were informed bowls of rice would be left at our table as well. Any sides or drinks or starters could also be ordered at the table and you paid afterwards, this made for a very pleasant dining experience. We filled our bowls full with many vegetables, courgettes, carrots, chinese leaves, beansprouts, onion, musrooms, peppers and tofu and chickpeas from the buffet, there was also a large tray of noodles, but no rice noodles which I feel would be a great addition to the menu, then there was another section for herbs and spices and then finally, sauces, where all the ingredients were clearly listed. Nearly all the sauces were vegan, amongst which were satay, black bean and sweet chilli. Even though the place was very busy in the peak of Friday lunch, there were no major queues and the service area was nice and compact. We arrived at the cooking area and the chef had already been informed by the waitress that we needed a separate wok. We were told it would take a few minutes. Whilst we were seated at our table, another waitress came down and told us everything would be ready shortly. The staff really were exceptional and showed great efficiency and pleasantness during the busiest part of the day. Unbelievably, one trip to the buffet was only 5.90, there was also an all you can option for 10 euro, but I personally could not even eat everything from the one trip, given that we were allowed two bowls. We decided to order a side of popadoms with dips, which were also very good value at 2.50 and a glass of lunch wine each, again very well priced at 3.50 per glass, with strong berry overtones and a decent glass too. Our food arrived down, freshly cooked, piping hot and absolutely delicious. This place is pretty amazing. I'm sorry I left it so long to go here and I was heartened to see so many people just having the veg option. It was wonderful to have such a filling healthy tasty lunch right in the city in a lovely atmosphere with very helpful staff for an unbelievable price of 5.90. We shall be back.

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KelBel14
Dublin
5 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 23rd January 2014 (visited 19 December 2013 )

Myself and my partner have been here a number of times for lunch. We availed of the Early Bird Lunch Special for E5.90 This consisted of a single trip to the main course buffet, containing a wide selection of meats, veg and sauces. On arriving at our table we also got a bowl of steamed rice and a large jug of water (free of charge) Can not fault this place - excellent value for money

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