So, we have closed down our club due to some unexpected third party forces, and now have re-opened it as a cafe/restaurant in the central Ulaanbaatar.
Our name is d.d / h.z, which is a bit difficult to pronounce :D
d.d means daidai 橙 (orange) in Japanese, which was a bar inside Hanzo club, and also means Didi 弟 (younger brother) in Chinese, and h.z obviously means Hanzo.
We serve fusion Japanese food (so, all of our food is basically not Japanese, rather international), such as coconut spicy chicken bowl (which obviously has Thai origin), meat doria (which has Italian origin), dry curry (Indian origin), and Kaomangai (Thai origin) all served in bowls (Japanese).
We use Japanese rice and Local Mongolian vegetables and chicken.
Here is our new location and the atmosphere for your interest.