Mongolian Quick-Stop

Forum Robinsons, EDSA cor. Pioneer St., Mandaluyong, Metro Manila

Mongolian Quick-Stop
3.6
3.5 Stars

7 Reviewers

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  • 7 Reviews
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Category:
Mongolian
Business Hours
Reopens: 10:00a - 9:00p
Phone
+6325776223

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Monday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p

Payment Options

Cash

Price Range

₱95 - ₱285

Most Recent Reviews

Jasper T.
3.0 Stars

Good enough.

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Derf P.
4.0 Stars

Tuna teriyaki

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Jen C.
4.0 Stars

Craving for something different? Try Mongolian Quick Stop! It lives up to its name by really serving their dishes immediately. I have no complaints really. They serve free soup (128077) and unlimited Mongolian bowls (128077128077). They have an option for vegetarians so no problem for picky eaters! 128076

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Russel F.
4.0 Stars

Another overdue review, I almost forgot making a review about this place after editing the pic, lol. I had dinner here last week but cannot recall what specific day was it tho. 128513

I tried their Seafood Tepanyakki (if I still recall it correctly). The first thing that I like with my food is the veggies that come with the squid. It’s tasty and not bland, not overcooked and has that unique taste of its own. The squid on the other hand is just right, not bad anyway. The price of the food is so affordable. Will def. go back here to try other dishes if ever I'll be here at the Forums in the future. 128540

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Bing T.
3.0 Stars

Good serving size

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Jay S.
3.0 Stars

Had lunch here last week with colleagues and friends and ordered their budget meal Mongolian Quickbowl. It's served very hot since it's cooked upon order. The meal costs around 85 pesos a la carte and the serving's pretty small. It's contained in this rice container at the size of a soup bowl in Tokyo Tokyo. It was served with a free soup though, which is also very hot. There are other dishes served here but they're priced a bit high. Not sure if we'll try thos place again.

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Michelle S.
4.0 Stars

Happy that with an order of Mongolian Single Bowl (worth 155 pesos), it can feed 2 peeps with the help of artistic styling of Mongolian ingredients. 9786

This branch allows you to put the ingredients yourself. Whoopie!

Though there are far much better Mongolian buffet joints, but for 155 pesos and the proximity I am ok with it!

This is our technique on 'styling' the ingredients:
- place the carrots, mexican turnip (aka singkamas) in on the sides stack it together on the circular pattern
- on the middle of the stack, place a little ingredients: sliced baby corn, chopped baguio beans, beans sprout, tomato, cucumber at the center (make you have still have space for other stuff).
- since there are gaps to fill in, I get a scoop of peanuts, chilli, garlic, ginger. Add as many based on your preference.
- then, place a few lettuce or cabbage leaves on top (if you like).
- then, layer it with a BUNCH of TOFU (this is my "pangbawi" since they only serve a small scoop of meat, not buffet). To make easy to scoop, use the rice scooper to get the tofu; the rice is normally adjacent to the placement of the tofu.
- In between the tofu, you may want to fill-in the gaps with vermicelli (sotanghon)
- on top of the tofu, place the rice, pat it down to level the top.
- on top of the rice you may want to add more noodles, or lettuce or cabbage. Just be careful since there are more support on the sides, make sure to place stuff near the center to nothing falls off.

For the sauce, I always choose sweet and spicy, but since I added a bunch of tofu which tends to soak in the sauce, I ask the staff to make it a bit salty. 128523

Enjoy!

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