How to Eat
Eating at Sizzling Mongolian is as easy as it is delicious; there are 4 simple steps:
1. Select from our wide variety of meats, vegetables and stir fry flavours (including garlic, soy sauce, chilli and ginger, to name a few)
2. Hand your bowl to our chef - watch our fresh ingredients cooked right before you!
3. Select after-cook sauces, chilli and spices
4. Enjoy your creation, and go back for seconds, thirds or fourths!
If you have any other questions, send us a message or ask one of our staff!
FOR BOOKINGS PLEASE CALL: 0431 555 069
FOR OTHER ENQUIRIES: PH: 3870 2272
2/144 INDOOROOPILLY ROAD TARINGA QLD 4068
Sizzling Mongolian BBQ House has been operating as a fully licensed, all you can eat buffet restaurant since 1998. Customers can enjoy our delicious Mongolian BBQ in an open kitchen , as well as our entrée hot food bar. Our unique concept is to “Create Your Own Stir-Fry” and there are 30+ fresh ingredients for you to choose from. We offer a great variety of meats, fresh vegetables, sauces & spices that are always market fresh. The food is stir fried by experienced chefs on our sizzling hot Mongolian grill.
Story Of Mongolian BBQ
The Mongolian empire, established by the ruler Genghis Khan, was the largest empire in world history. At its height, the Mongolian empire stretched from China to East Central Asia and to the hills of Hungary.
All armies are known to march on the food they eat, and this was the same for Mongolian warriors. Their basic day-to-day meals were tenderised strips of meat carried under their saddles. It was, however, the victory feast, that has been passed down to today by the descendants of these superb warriors. After battle, the warriors would go hunting with their lance, bow and arrows. The meat from the hunt was sliced thinly and barbecued on their metal shields of war. The war shield has now been made into a standardised round plate which is still true to the original shape and metal. Slender branches from trees were used as chopsticks to toss the food.
At the Sizzling Mongolian we have adapted the superb culinary concepts of the Mongolian warriors in a way which respects the original tradition with a modern twist.