We got 4-5 different goat dishes and several other dishes as well. Most of the goat was very overcooked, it even scratched and irritated Katherine's throat. We were not a fan of the goat. The best things we ate were the dipping sauce for the meat and the burnt rice. The burnt rice is kinda like a rice krispy treat but not sweet. If there was one positive about this place it was that you got soooooooo much food!
Everything here is on such a grand scale, the buddhas are solid bronze, painted gold, and I think they weigh 200 tons or something like that. They are impressive to stand beside. I also noticed while we we ascending through the pagoda that all the staircases had an odd number of steps (I'm OCD and notice this about steps). I asked our guide about it and he was surprised and happy I noticed. He said odd numbers are important to their culture, particularly 3 and 5, and the steps were intentionally designed to reflect this.