This feels like a throwback to a time when Communist countries would stage big folk events for the edification of tourists. In this case, a mix of Mongol music and food was on offer. The music show was fine - if you like that kind of thing - but it felt strained. As this was April, and well before the Summer season, we were virtaully alone in the large dining room/theatre - which added to the odd sense of alienation.
The food was tasty - but seemed to have been prepared hours earlier, and much of it was served cold. Not great.
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