Mongolians are traditional and historically nomadic nation and related to this twenty five million head of livestock supply counted. Therefore meat and dairy products feature prominently in this culture’s cuisine. Mongolian cooking is generally very simple and does not use many spices, flavorings or sauces.
Common dishes include steamed meat–filled dumplings called buuz, mutton soup with noodles guriltai shul deep fried meat pasties called huushuur.
Mongolians drink plentiful quantities of milk tea - suutei tsai, which frequently contains salt and a generous spoonful of fresh or rancid butter.
Food is an important element of the Mongolian hospitality and tradition. When guests arrive, most household sets out a special hospitality bowl of homemade dried curds, deep fried, wheat flour pastries called boortsog, sugar cubes and candy. For honored guests they slaughter a sheep for fresh mutton meal. Meat-filled steamed dumplings are traditionally special meal for dear guests. Also vodka is considered important treat to guest. New Milestone will arrange your desired style of food during the trip including western style, Korean Style and local style. Ulaabaatar offers various nationality cuisine such as American, Chinese, Russian, Mexican, Indian, Korean, Japanese and French.