Tony Cheng’s Mongolian Restaurant

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About

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    Yelp rating
    3 stars

Tony Cheng’s Mongolian Restaurant is the best place to spend your leisure time tasting delicious food and enjoying the nice atmosphere. After visiting our restaurant you will definitely have a wish to come back!

Location

Adress: 619 H St NW, Washington, DC, 20001

Phone: (202) 842-8669

Work Hours

  • Mon
    11:00 am - 11:00 pm
  • Tue
    11:00 am - 11:00 pm
  • Wed
    11:00 am - 11:00 pm
  • Thu
    11:00 am - 11:00 pm
  • Fri
    11:00 am - 11:00 pm
  • Sat
    11:00 am - 11:00 pm
  • Sun
    11:00 am - 11:00 pm

Business info

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    Takes Reservations
    Yes
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    Delivery
    No
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    Take-out
    Yes
  • credit_card
    Accepts Credit Cards
    Yes
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    Accepts Apple Pay
    No
  • tap_and_play
    Accepts Google Pay
    No
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    Good For
    Lunch, Dinner
  • local_parking
    Parking
    Street
  • directions_bike
    Bike Parking
    Yes
  • accessibility
    Good for Kids
    Yes
  • group
    Good for Groups
    Yes
  • new_releases
    Attire
    Casual
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    Ambience
    Casual
  • volume_up
    Noise Level
    Average
  • local_bar
    Alcohol
    Full Bar
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    Outdoor Seating
    No
  • wifi
    Wi-Fi
    No
  • tv
    Has TV
    No
  • fastfood
    Caters
    Yes

Reviews

  • Nazary Nebeluk

    star star star star star_border 8 July 2019

    Came here for Dim Sum while visiting DC and had a good time. The service was very friendly and the space is nice. I arrived just as they were opening at 11 AM so the all the food was very fresh. I really enjoyed the shrimp dumplings, roast pork buns and Singapore noodles. It's a little pricey and the variation of carts isn't very good - I'm not sure if that's because they didn't have certain stuff ready or what - but overall a good experience. I'll likely return next time I visit DC - if nothing else but to get some more of the roast pork.

  • Chloe Keedy

    star star star star star 7 July 2019

    I have visited for Dim Sum upstairs and Hot Pot downstairs. The Dim Sum was standard—just what I was looking for. The hot pot was great. The spicy broth is much more flavorful than the plain. The shrimp were perfect. The price was about as expected for both (~$20 for dim sum, ~$30 for hot pot).

  • Malay Shah

    star star star_border star_border star_border 4 July 2019

    It was okay at best. Nothing to write home about. The service was excellent, so they got that going for them. They atmosphere was pleasant and clean, so that was good. But the food simply just wasn’t tasty. The chicken pieces were extremely hard, and the food was not flavorful at all.

  • Brandon Strawther

    star star star star_border star_border 3 July 2019

    We ate the Mongolian part of the restaurant. Now the food was very good, and the staff was very nice. We saw a mouse run across the floor and that instantly turn us off. I wish we didn’t see this because the food was great. I’d go back.

  • Alejandro Suarez

    star star star_border star_border star_border 21 June 2019

    I've heard they have good dim sum, but it's not available at dinner. Food was sub par for an average Chinese take out. Dumplings were fine, but our noodles were bland and tasted only of oil. Only saving grace is you'll always find a table in a weekend evening, since no on wants to go there.