Serving up Mongolian hot pot for lunch and dinner in a casual atmosphere.
Food Types: Chinese
Payment: $ - Cheap - Under $15
Payment: $$ - Average - $15 to $30
Service Type: Table
Offers: Open Air / Outdoor Seating
At the Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot restaurant, you cook your own food at the table.
Everything on the menu is ala carte.
First you order the soup base, either original or spicy. Then you order items you want. They have beef, pork, chicken, lamb if you want meat. They also have wide variety of seafood, vegetables and noodles.
They have a dipping sauce bar that you can serve yourself with any kind of dipping sauce you desire. I got the ponzu, spicy, and sesame sauce. The spicy sauce was too heavy and sweet for my taste. But I liked the ponzu and sesame.
There were 4 of us in our group. We ordered lamb and pork, squid, scallops, napa cabbage, baby bok choy, inoki mushrooms, shiitake mushrooms, pumpkin, and potato noodles.
There was only one burner on our table so we had to share one pot among 4 of us. They will let us order a pot with a divider so we could get two different broths. But we actually needed 3 different broths. I wanted a spicy broth, and others wanted original but one of them didn't like seafood so she didn't want any seafood cooked in her broth. Anyway we ended up getting two originals. So if you have a group with different taste buds then you'll have to compromise. I ended up liking the original broth so it worked out fine.
The food was pretty good but the service was not very good. They didn't come by to check on us while we were eating.
We saw other tables ordering a drink that came in a carafe and looked like a strawberry daiquiri. It turned out to be a watermelon juice so we ordered it. Surprisingly it was pretty good. It tasted like a blended watermelon.
The bill came out to about $25/person which is comparable to other nabe restaurants like Ichiriki or Asuka. But I didn't leave the place feeling full like I usually do when I eat nabe.
Would I go there again? Maybe but my preference would be to go to Irichiki.
Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot takes reservations, offers outdoor seating, and has a full bar.
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