Mongolian BBQ is a well-balanced, nutritional meal due to its composition of various vegetables and thinly-sliced meats, which are cooked in a short amount of time (approximately 90 seconds)

According to “The Optimum Health Food Pyramid” of USDA, it is recommended to have 5~7 servings of vegetables with 2~3 servings of high quality proteins such as chicken and other meats, or in other words, eating twice as many servings of vegetables as meat per meal.

Vegetables provide the broadest range of nutrients than any other food class, being rich sources of vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates and proteins. It is very important not to overcook vegetables. Overcooking will result in the loss of important nutrients. Quick stir-frying, used in preparing Mongolian BBQ, is the best way to preserve the full amount of nutrients in each vegetable.

So, this restaurant uses a “Two Bowl System”. A customer puts meat in one bowl and vegetables and noodles in the other bowl. We cook meat first for one cycle. Then add vegetables and noodles stir-fry them in a very short time to minimize the destruction of nutrients.

We serve 8 kinds of fountain drinks, 8 kinds of canned drinks, 2 kinds of juice, 6 kinds of hot tea. We, however, recommend Iced Tea or Hot Tea because they contain a variety of abundant nutrients.

Teas contain relatively high amount of vitamins C, D and K and Riboflavin, as well as good amount of the minerals calcium,
magnesium, iron, zinc, sodium, nickel and fluoride.

A six-ounce cup of tea contains only 1 calorie as carbohydrate, with no protein or fat.