Friday, November 18, 2005

The one with Mongolian Stop

There are a lot of good things to say about the Mongolian eat-all-you-can. Cathy and I are big fans of the Mongolian buffet. And why not? You prepare the ingredients yourself, choosing whatever you'd like to add to the mix, all the way up to the spices and condiments, and voila! You've got yourself a relatively healthy meal right there on your plate (or in this case, bowl).

When it comes to Mongolian eat-all-you-can's, Cathy and I love Mongolian Stop at the 2nd floor of Robinson's Place Ermita. The selection there is quite decent, but what we like about it is the fast service and the crowd - not too many to overpower, but not too few to make it strange to eat there alone.

This bowl is my standard Mongolian Stop bowl. Cabbage, lettuce, peanuts, bean sprouts, red and green bell peppers, chicken, beef, and pork, with six teaspoons of Mongolian sauce, four teaspoons of garlic water, three teaspoons of sesame oil. Trust me - it's delicious, and leaves a great sauce.

The best part? Only P199, eat all you can! Great deal, seriously. There's a Mongolian Stop at Robinson's Galleria, too, at the Food Court. Go, little ones, go!

This would be tofu. Mmm!

Cathy strikes a pose. My wife is truly beautiful!

Here she is again, looking all introspective.

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