Mongolian Hot Pot Celebrates 15 Year Anniversary In September
Clairemont Mesa’s Mongolian Hot Pot, the first San Diego restaurant to focus solely on the ancient Chinese meal served in a large metal pot, is celebrating its 15-year anniversary in September.
Founders Gary and Mindy Wu, who emigrated to the United States from Inner Mongolia, China in 1995, opened the concept in September 2007 after first owning a Rice King in Mira Mesa.
Create your own soup with a friend or with the whole fam
The Mongolian Hot Pot experience entails creating your own soup while seated at the table. The broth is brought to a boil and left simmering on a stove at your table for the duration of the meal.
Selections of raw meats, fish, vegetables, and noodles are presented on a tray for you to place in the broth and thus cooked. You then serve yourself the creation in a bowl. The concept is great for two, four, or more people – the restaurant has the ability to seat large groups with multiple stoves.
Mongolian Hot Pot 15th Anniversary special offering
To celebrate the 15th anniversary, Mongolian Hot Pot is offering all-you-can-eat hot pots for $15.50 per person on Thursday, September 15. It’s first come, first serve. No reservations will be taken so come early and enjoy!
Can’t make it? Don’t fret!
If you can’t make it on the 15th, you can also enjoy All-You-Can-Eat Crazy Tuesdays on four dates in September for $34.95 per person ($19.25 for children 7-12, $9.95 for children 3-6).
See you there, San Diego!