The Yorkville Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony to welcome Yorkville's newest restaurant, Mongolian 211, located downtown Yorkville at 211 S. Bridge Street.
Mongolian 211 offers fresh ingredients for you to build your own stir fry style entrée.
Patch readers left some positive and some not-so-impressed reviews of the restaurant.
All Eyes on Me: Went there last Sunday night with wife. The food was great and the service was event better. Wife and I left with a $31.00 bill (with no alcohol) I think it is very reasonable for what you get. I also think this could be one of the few healthy options to dine at.
Terd Ferguson: Meh...not that horrible, but definitely not good. It's not real Mongolian food by any stretch of the imagination. Just a gimmicky stir-fry joint. Not worth it.
Tommy Okapal: Its a great environment and a great experience! Would recommend this to anyone!
Pictured are: Front, Chamber Ambassador Carrie Niesman, staff Salena See, member Misha Whidden, staff Kristin Beyers, Chef Rachel Conover, Owner Miriam Tollefson, General Manager Carol Nachreiner, staff Molly Rutigliano, Jackie Killian, Moriah Fisher, Alderman Chris Funkhouser, Chamber Executive Director Sherri Farley. Back row, member Marisa Hanson, Ambassadors Sue Hills and Sarah Allen, member Patrick Demerath, staff Patrick McAndrews, Ambassador Mike Pfeiffer, Chamber office administrator Janelle Helfrich, Chamber financial administrator Gina Conner, staff Ashley Colyer and Hannah Riehle Moeller, Board Director Greg Millen, staff Mario Martinez, City Administrator Bart Olson, Ambassadors Kim Kinney and Paul Auten, staff Matthew Strong, Alderman Carlo Colosimo, Alderman Ken Koch.