Chubby Cattle Celebrates Grand Opening at their New Location in Dallas, Texas (ABC News)

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The founders of Chubby Cattle, an authentic Mongolian and Chinese restaurant, are pleased to announce the recent grand opening of their new location in Dallas, Texas. As a spokesperson for Chubby Cattle noted, they recently celebrated the opening of the new location at 2001 Coit Road in Dallas. This is the third location of Chubby Cattle – the flagship restaurant is in Las Vegas and the second was opened in Denver. “At Chubby Cattle guests can experience authentic Mongolian and…

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Conveyor-belt restaurants making their way across the country (Fox News)

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From Ford’s assembly line to Amazon’s warehouse circulatory package system, the conveyor belt has numerous economic uses. And now, the ingenious device is delivering sushi to a restaurant table near you. All across the country, a concept developed in Osaka in the 1950s is now taking the states by storm. Conveyor-belt restaurants have opened in cities around the nation, from New York to Denver to Los Angeles. The trend has been catching on especially fast in Sin City. Deep in…

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Off the Beaten Strip (Delta Sky Magazine)

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I'd have gone to Chubby Cattle based on the name alone, but its traditional hot pot cookery fused with Vegas glam makes it a huge winner. This centuries-old method - still widely used oin Mongolia, Tibet, Japan, and China - involves cooking raw ingredients by dunking them into flavorful, boiling broths. At Chubby Cattle, each person selects one of six broths. Intrepid eaters should try the colorfully titled "deepest level of hell spicy pot" option, which is suitable for anyone…

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Mongolian Hot Pot Gets Robotic on South Broadway (Eater Denver)

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South Broadway got a bit stranger this week. At Chubby Cattle, which opened Tuesday in the former Walnut Room, an automated train carries hot plates such as fried rice and dumplings from the kitchen, while a refrigerated conveyor belt moves cold ingredients such as raw wagyu, live geoduck, and cuttlefish balls around the dining room. Customers order on an iPad, they are notified of their exact wait times, and then they cook the ingredients themselves to create hot pot. A…

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