In Xanadu did Kubla Khan / A stately pleasure-dome decree: / Where Alph, the sacred river, ran / Through caverns measureless to man / Down to a sunless sea. Thankfully, here in Singapore, you don’t have to be laid out on a chaise-lounge like Coleridge to witness such splendour – it’s all taken care of by Kublai Khan Mongolian BBQ Restaurant. This particular palace is located at Clarke Quay Central along Eu Tong Sen Street, right by the stunning Singapore River and within easy reach of Clarke Quay station, and it’s here that the noble chefs hold court in the kitchen, whipping up a buffet-style storm of Mongolian cuisine (and Japanese and Chinese to boot) worthy of a warlord. 100% halal-certified and 100% effective at crushing any competitor’s attempts to conquer this culinary niche, Kublai Khan demands your reservation.
So, we know that Kublai Khan Mongolian BBQ Restaurant in Singapore is fit for a warlord, but what can you expect from your experience at this Mongolian and Japanese restaurant? Located on Eu Tong Sen Street in Clarke Quay Central, this spacious spot has a relaxing view of the water, plenty of room for groups and the whole family and a menu packed to the brim with delicious and authentic Mongolian and Japanese dishes. Kublai Khan Mongolian BBQ Restaurant also sits directly above Clarke Quay MRT station, meaning you can access it easily from anywhere in the little red dot when cravings for the delicious and 100% halal-certified food on offer arise.
As we said, Kublai Khan Mongolian BBQ Restaurant has a halal certification, meaning all the dishes cater for everyone. We love starting with the Singapore chilli crab and Mongolian barbeque selection, before sampling Japanese sashimi and the impressive teppanyaki. We also love the Chinese Szechuan-style chicken cooked in a clay pot as well as the delicious seafood buffet brimming with poached baby octopus, crayfish, tiger prawns and scallops. Located in Clarke Quay on level two of the Clarke Quay Central, Kublai Khan Mongolian BBQ Restaurant is a favourite in Singapore for very good reason. Book your table now.
Fairly good.. food is relatively fresh, its a while for the staff to clear the plates though, food variety is generall ok , but dessert variety is not great.
Although there was a large tour group on the day we had our dinner at Kublai khan, staff was generous and accommodating. Instead of waiting at the buffet line, they served us the food from the kitchen.
Food not bad. Love it! Love the cheesecake the most! But sadly, there we no more chocolate fountain as we were looking forward to it. :( Staffs were very friendly. 2nd time dining here. Will def come again!