About Khublai Khan's Mongolian BBQ (Glasgow)
Fab evening food was lovely, nice to try something different will be back 😀
A great atmosphere
This was the second time i have visited here it was amazing again. There was 4 of us the service was spot on i can not fault a thing. The 5pm deal was £22 for 2 people it was great value for money
Unique eclectic restaurant in Merchant City
Khublai Khan’s Mongolian BBQ is a lively restaurant on Candleriggs in Glasgow’s Merchant City, and was inspired by thirteenth century warriors who would cook food on their upturned shields over a camp fire. The restaurant offers a fun, unique dining experience and certainly promises to be memorable. Little warriors (children, to you and I) are welcome in the restaurant and highchairs and smaller portions are available. Khublai Khan’s is also wheelchair accessible.
Exotic meats, varied ingredients to create your meal
The restaurant menu has traditional Eastern starters like vegetable spring rolls and steamed mussels, although some brave diners choose to opt for the more unusual kangaroo haggis (served with neeps, tatties & a burnt whisky cream) or even the mini horse burger (yes. 100% prime French horse meat). Then comes what some consider to be the main event.
Visitors make their way to the barbecue, where they choose the ingredients for their dish from a wide array of rice, noodles, vegetables, and exotic meats and seafood like zebra, springbok, llama and octopus as well as the more traditional chicken, pork, and beef. Next, they must choose a combination of oils and spices to flavour their dish (there are menu suggestions on the place mats, as well as a recipe board on the wall) before taking their bowl to the hotplate. Khublai Khan’s expert chefs then cook these on a large open barbecue (we will forgive them for not using shields) before serving up guests’ culinary creations.
Close to Argyle Street station, Merchant City accessibility
Khublai Khan’s Mongolian BBQ is on Candleriggs, just off Trongate and a short distance from Argyle Street train station. Glasgow Central and Queen Street train stations are a brisk 10 minute walk from the restaurant, and bus stops can also be found nearby.