This is the right place for the full HuHot® menu with prices. HuHot serves up Mongolian grill style Asian cuisine in a family friendly, fast casual atmosphere.
Lots of people love HuHot for families and groups because of the fun atmosphere that includes watching the skilled cooks preparing your meal right before your eyes at the huge grills centrally located in the restaurant.
Since you can completely customize the ingredients that you want in your meal, there is something for absolutely everyone at HuHot. It’s not just delicious, it’s lots of fun!
Below you will find a few of our favorites along with the full menu with prices.
Prices may vary by location. Consult your location's menu & your server for exact pricing.
|A Taste Of The Bounty||$8.99|
|Chicken Teriyaki Salad||$8.49|
|Weekend And Holiday Lunch||$10.99|
Kids' Menu: Kids 12 & Under
|Ages 3 and Under||Free|
|Macaroni & Cheese||$4.99|
|Sweet Victory S'Mores||Half||$4.99|
Popular Menu Items
Most people go to HuHot for the huge selection of ingredients available for a custom grilled feast. However, don’t miss the great appetizer, sides and dessert items also available on the menu.
Parents will appreciate that the Little Warriors section of the menu includes items that are kid-friendly for picky eaters, as well as a budget friendly kid’s bowl. If you crave a sweet finish to your lunch or dinner, be sure to check out the dessert menu.
Below we have highlighted a few of the menu items you don’t want to miss on your next visit.
A Taste of the Bounty
This is the appetizer to get if you go to HuHot with a group.
It gives you a sampling of the top appetizers on the menu so that everyone gets something they love, and you get to have a taste of three different appetizers: Asian potstickers, crispy eggrolls, and krab rangoons. $8.99.
Chicken Teriyaki Salad
For those that love an entrée sized salad packed with protein, this is a great choice off of the menu at HuHot. It starts with a pile of fresh and crisp greens and warm grilled teriyaki chicken.
Then it’s topped with mandarin oranges, broccoli, scallions, and toasted almonds and noodles for crunch. The Asian vinaigrette that finishes this feast combines sweet and savory for the perfect balance. $8.49.
Most folks go to HuHot for the Mongolian bar-b-que. You get to build your own meal from a full bar with a huge selection of seafoods, meats, noodles, rice, and a wide assortment of veggies and Asian style ingredients.
Then travel over to the grill where chefs will cook your dish to order using the sauces you want. You get to fill your bowl with any ingredients you wish for just $9.99 for lunch and $12.99 for dinner.
Chicken Strips for Kids
Sometimes kids are just picky eaters and these chicken strips are a great choice for them.
Let them stick with something familiar, but offer a chance to taste the adult meals so they might realize that maybe next time they can go for the Little Warriors Bowl. $4.99.
Sweet Victory S’Mores
If you bring the kids, or are just a kid at heart, you have to try this fun dessert option at HuHot.
First, a small fire is brought right to the table for you to roast your own marshmallows for custom S’Mores that are as fun to make as they are to eat. The full order is designed for two to share. $7.99.
The Vap family opened the first restaurant of what would soon be called the HuHot chain in 1999 in Missoula, Montana. The first location was actually named Mongo’s before being changed a few years later to HuHot when the company began expanding locations using the franchising model.
As of 2016 there are 58 HuHot locations, mainly focused in the Midwest United States.