Mongolian Foods and Drinks
Hospitality is so important and so real in the countryside of the nomad family that has evolved from experience over centuries. Mongolians are very warm and friendly and soon make you feel one of the family.
Over the years, Mongolian nomads have developed a number of unique dairy products “white food” (tsagaan idee), which include different types of yoghurt (tarag, aarts), cottage cheesem (byaslag), dried curds(aarul ), and fermented mare’s milk (airag). Preferably, airag is is made in autumn after the animals have eaten their full of summer grasses.
Mongolians drink tea culture is different from other countries of Asia and Europe that brewed tea plant for adding it to boiling water then add milk and other ingredients and boil again under ethics than drinking for brewing tea in hot water.
Many different types of restaurants are found in Mongolia. Chinese, Indian, Korean, Japanese, Italian, English, French, Russian, Latin American cuisines are popular in Ulaanbaatar city.