The Feast of the Mighty

Ages ago in the Far East, the Mighty Kublai Khan (Genghis Khan) and his fierce warriors ravaged the lands for territory and riches. They reaped the lands of Asia and horded the treasures of humanity, the souls of the weak, and the feasts of Champions...

Hunters of the day and gluttons of the night, these gladiators of the East were often on the move. They fought for long periods of time, under pressure and on the run. They often camped along the great river Khan-Balik as their source of refreshment, but hunted the lands and livestock of surrounding villages and forestry for the banquets they prepared during every meal.

They would gather on the banks of the great river, and feasted together in celebration of their hard fought glory. They would commune in banquet style pavilions and prepare large quantities of various foods to choose from. They would prepare vegetables, fruits, spices, herbs, sauces and long, thin slivers of meat from their days of hunting. These slivers of meat were carved from the carcusses of the day's hunt by the very swords and knives they fought with, slicing and dicing their evening's meal.

They piled their food high upon their war shields, and cooked them over large bonfires on a hot griddle. This stir fry style feast, became a natural way of eating from day to day for these hardened people with their fast-paced lifestyle.

With this tradition in mind, Wok 'N' South offers only the best for a warrior's hunger and a hero's heart... Dine in the original and ancient cuisine!


Mongolia is a vast plateau region in East Central Asia, covering an area about 1,050,00 Sq miles with the Soviet Union in the north and China in the south. It comprises mainly of grass lands, high plains and dry desert, which by its very nature has made Mongolians a race of nomads. The plateau is compsoed of granites, gneisses and crystalline schlists of the Precambrian and Palcozoic (4,600,000 to 225,000,000 years ago) eras.

The nomadic way of life enables the Mongolians to substain their lives by raising animals. Horses, cows, camels, sheep and goats which are great companions for them to migrate across the steppes, and provide them with food, transport and clothing.

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