Beacon Hill, prepare for the Mongolian invasion.
Only you won't be dodging hordes of soldiers on horseback hellbent on sacking the city for gold.
Instead, Mongolian chain Little Lamb has arrived on a mission of peace, choosing Beacon Hill as the location for their North American debut after opening almost 600 restaurants across the globe.
That means Mongolian-style grilled chicken wings, shrimp, and (of course) lamb in regiment-sized portions, plus just about any pastry that can be used as a meat delivery system, including dumplings, steamed buns, and meat pies.
If you're a hunter-gatherer, you can be your own meat delivery system. Simply simmer your thin-cut lamb slices in spicy herbal broth at your tabletop hot pot.
So kinda like Korean BBQ. A little labor goes a long way.
Price: 1 (out of 4)
Noise: 1 (out of 4)
Subway: Red Line to Charles/MGH
Best bets: Hot pot; Mongolian meat pie; special lamb chops
Nearby: Clink; Beacon Hill Pub; Pierrot Bistro