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Mongolian premium menu

Sure, here is a sample premium Mongolian catering menu designed to provide an exquisite and authentic dining experience with a variety of appetizers, main courses, sides, and desserts:



Steamed dumplings filled with minced or lamb, onions, and garlic, served with a soy-vinegar dipping sauce.


Fried meat pies filled with ground lamb, onions, and spices.


Small boiled dumplings filled with ground meat and herbs, typically served in a light broth.


Stir-fried noodles with slices of or lamb, vegetables, and a savory sauce.


Traditional Mongolian dried curd cheese, served as a unique and traditional snack.

Soups and Salads

Bantan Soup

A hearty soup made with finely chopped meat, dough crumbs, and vegetables in a savory broth.

Mongolian Lamb Salad

Thinly sliced Lamb mixed with cucumbers, carrots, and onions, dressed with a tangy sesame-ginger vinaigrette.

Sea Buckthorn Salad

A refreshing salad made with sea buckthorn berries, greens, and a light honey dressing.

Main Courses


Traditional Mongolian barbecue with lamb or goat cooked with hot stones, potatoes, carrots, and onions.


Whole goat or marmot cooked from the inside out with hot stones, seasoned with salt, garlic, and onions.

Mongolian Hot Pot (Shabu Shabu)

A hot pot with thinly sliced meats, vegetables, and noodles cooked at the table in a flavorful broth, served with a variety of dipping sauces.


Handmade noodles stir-fried with lamb, cabbage, carrots, and onions.


Whole roasted sheep, a traditional dish served during festivals and special occasions.

Rice and Noodles

Fried Rice

Mongolian-style fried rice with eggs, vegetables, and a choice of lamb, or chicken.

Guriltai Shul

Noodle soup with chunks of lamb, vegetables, and hand-pulled noodles in a savory broth.

Vegetables and Sides

Mongolian Pickles

Assorted pickled vegetables including cabbage, carrots, and cucumbers.

Tsagaan Idee

A variety of traditional Mongolian dairy products such as aaruul (dried curds), byaslag (cheese), and tarag (yogurt).

Sautéed Mushrooms and Onions

A savory side dish of mushrooms and onions sautéed in butter and garlic.



Traditional fried dough pastries, often served with honey or jam.

Suutei Tsai Ice Cream

Ice cream flavored with traditional Mongolian milk tea.

Ul Boov

Festive layered pastry made with flour, sugar, and butter, often enjoyed during celebrations.

Mongolian Milk Tea Pudding

A creamy pudding flavored with suutei tsai (Mongolian milk tea) and served with a caramel sauce.



Traditional fermented mare’s milk, slightly alcoholic and tart.

Suutei Tsai

Traditional Mongolian milk tea made with green tea, milk, and a pinch of salt.

Sea Buckthorn Juice

Refreshing juice made from sea buckthorn berries, rich in vitamins and antioxidants.

Mongolian Vodka

A selection of premium Mongolian vodkas.

Additional Options

Customized Menu Items

We can tailor the menu to accommodate specific dietary restrictions and preferences, including vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, and more.

Live Cooking Stations

Enhance your event with live cooking stations featuring khorkhog preparation, noodle making, or hot pot stations for an interactive dining experience.


Professional Staff

Our experienced and professional staff will ensure seamless service throughout your event.

Elegant Table Settings

Beautiful table settings with fine china, glassware, and linens.

This menu is designed to provide a luxurious and authentic Mongolian dining experience for your guests. Let me know if you need any adjustments or additional details!