Mongolian Barbecue.

I’ve never had or seen Mongolian barbecue anywhere other than Taiwan but it never occurred to me that it originated from this country instead of, you know, Mongolia. Evelyn has much better photos of our dinner companions and the food but it was fun to snap mindlessly on my LC-A+ with all that buzz and cooking going on.

Kodak UltraMax 400, Lomo LC-A+

11 comments on “Mongolian Barbecue.

  1. One of the things that Taiwan has exported to Sweden then! I remember being a bit confused by not seeing lot’s of this kind of joints when I visited Ulan Bator. Makes sense to me now, 哈哈 :)

  2. I LOVE that type of food. Of course, I doubt it’s as good as what you have. I’d love to have REAL stuff someday. :) And I had no idea that that’s where the dishes originated from either!

    1. Hi Roy, I simply lower the ISO setting for whichever film I use (in this case, ISO was set at 200 for a 400 film) so that more light gets in. Consequently, of course the speed is also much slower, which explains the blurriness in the photos. I hope that helped!

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