If you’re from south of the Metro (Alabang, Paranaque and Las Pinas area) and you’re looking for a good Mongolian dining place, you can check out the newly opened Mongolian Rice Bowls along Alabang-Zapote Road. (it’s nearer to the Coastal Road exit, opposite end of Alabang, in the vicinity of Perpetual Help Hospital and beside Mitsubishi Motors)
For only P300 bucks (except Trinoma branch, pay per serving), you can have an eat-all-you-can Mongolian meal.
The reason why I’m not fond of Mongolian food (well, I’m not fond of food in general, haha!) is because I hate having to think about what ingredients to put in and their proper measurement. But thank goodness they have guides to help you decide what to put in your bowl.
If you’re not into eat-all-you-can meals (like me), they have a few ala carte items like Pork Sisig, Sirloin Tapa, Salads, etc.
I just had to write about this place because I was really impressed with their service. The staff was really, really nice and very courteous! They were very attentive about refilling my bottomless iced tea, haha! (My family has eaten twice at this restaurant and both experiences were very pleasant.)
I just hope the service remains the same after a few months. You know how it is with newly opened restaurants. Good service at the start then they become complacent as time goes on.
Mongolian Rice Bowls, Las Piñas
262 South Park, High Comm. Complex, Alabang-Zapote Rd.
Las Piñas City, Metro Manila
Mongolian Rice Bowls also has branches at Trinoma (632) 433-4200) and SM Mall of Asia ((632) 659-8490).