Mongolian Hot Pot
Mongolian Hot Pot brings the concept of hot-pot cooking to Toronto’s taste buds with a menu anchored in cauldron-based cuisine. Patrons gather around a pot full of simmering stock, dropping meats, veggies, seafood, and other edibles into the kettle, with delicious soups emerging from the bubbling eddies. Mongolian Hot Pot offers more than 60 items for its Super Set Dinner ($16.99 per person on weekdays and up to $18.99 per person on weekend evenings). Suggest a different profession for Little Bo Peep with premium lamb-shoulder slices, jolt awake your jaws with juicy tiger prawns, or savour spherical sustenance with the house meatball platter. Guests can opt for the free herbal soup base or upgrade to a spicy stock ($2), a vegetarian-friendly egg and parsley base ($0.99), or a sweet and sour tomato stock ($3.99). For those not hot on the hot pot, the eatery also offers dishes such as a three-cluster lamb skewer ($2.99). Cool the heat with a domestic or imported beer, available for impromptu toasts to the sun god Ra.