The January 2013 Buenos Aires International Newcomers Luncheon will be on Thursday the 31st, the last day of the month.
The cost of the meal including water or lemonade, red or white wine, dessert or coffee and the tip is only 75 pesos.
As always correct change will be appreciated.
The very first Mongolian Barbecue restaurant (Gengis Khan Mongolian BBQ) was opened in 1976, and was located in downtown Taipei, Taiwan. Typically, diners choose various ingredients from a buffet of thinly sliced raw meats (beef, pork, chicken) and vegetables.These ingredients are given to the griddle operator who adds the diner’s choice of sauce and transfers them to one section of the hot griddle. Oil and sometimes water may be added to ease cooking, and the ingredients are stirred occasionally.
The ample size of the Mongolian barbecue griddle allows for several diners’ food to be cooked simultaneously on different parts of the griddle, the operator walking around the outside of the grill once or twice moving the food while walking. When cooking is complete, the finished dish is scooped into a bowl and handed to the diner.
Gengis’s House opened in Buenos Aires almost a year ago so we are visiting the restaurant for a second time. You will start off by choosing a meat – chicken, beef, or pork. Tofu is also available for the soy lovers. Then you can go to town piling what seems like an infinite variety of ingredients on top – green onion, carrots, peppers, mushrooms, sprouts, pineapple and more, they also have cilantro! – finally you give your bowl to the grillmaster who decides what sauces to put on and adds either the large or small noodles – rice is also an option if you do not want the noodles. Now is the time to be more assertive if you do or don’t want a certain sauce – lemon ginger, garlic, BBQ, soy & super spicy sauces are all available. After cooking, the dish will be brought to your table.