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Kublai Khan Mongolian BBQ Restaurant (忽必烈)

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Located in Park Mall on Penang Road, Kublai Khan Mongolian BBQ specialises in Mongolian cuisine, and offers an International buffet.

Daily: 18:00 - 22:30

+65 63344888
$30 based on 32 submissions
Buffet (13 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (12 votes), Children/Family (5 votes)
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4.5

It was great!

I read the other reviews and i signed up just so that i can give a good review. It is NOT as bad as it sounds. for $33 it was GREAT.

granted, the deco maybe wasnt that awesome, but having been to many buffets, i dont see any difference.

it is a very family place and the food was great. especially the mongolian part. thing is, because it is diy, u need to know the right amount of sauce and ingredients to put in to ensure that u get great taste. and the best part is, u can alter the taste while eating the same ingredients. and when u have chosen the ingredients, u passed it to the chef and he will do his stunts which is awesome.

both times i went there, it was packed and we had to reserve. if u want better food, of course u can pay more for hotel buffets.

the price is the same as for seoul garden, but it is definitely better.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • mogolian BBQ3 votes
  • everything2 votes
  • Chef doing his stunt! And must try to not try the fried dory.1 vote
  • Mongolian BBQ1 vote
  • chocolate fondue1 vote
  • only eat the baked oysters and mussels1 vote
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• 05 Apr 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

disappointing

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Came with my family for dinner.  Website stated good variety of food,  but most of them do not meet our expectations.  The pictures shown on website were interesting and tempting, but the experience was disappointing.  Eg, the website showed a great assortment of cakes,  however, there were only three types and all were very dry.  the ambience was rather dim and poor ventilation. 

I do not recommend this restaurant. ╰_╯◑︿◐


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• 21 Jan 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Not worth the Price

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Yesterday I went with my family for dinner. It was such a disappointment:(. Sashimi ,chilli crab & scallop are not fresh. Fry food are cold. Coffee taste weird. It will be my 1st & last visit:((
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• 27 Apr 2012 • 11 reviews • 0 follower

Average food quality

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Visited this restaurant only because I saw a deal on juztoday. Bought the voucher at $26.80 and thought it was a good buy for Mongolian food with other food like seafood.

Restaurant is big and spacious. Seems like quite a variety of food but mostly made up of food that you can find at food court. Eg fish balls, curry chicken, chicken porridge, fried chicken wings, broccoli with mushroom, fried calamari, etc. Food are cold and soup is warm. Didn't try the chilling crabs as my friend said the shells were hard and the crabs looked small.

Sharks fin soup was tasty but not ot enough. The only saving grace is the Mongolian BBQ which you can select the meat and vegetable combination you want and pass on to the chef to do a teppanyaki fry on the spot. Tha is the only hot food at the restaurant.

Good for tour groups but definitely not good if you are a food lover.
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