This was my first Mongolian grill experience. Considering all the different places I've been to, I'd call that a near miracle. It's an all-you-can-eat extravaganza, which usually means a happy panda stomach.
|Cook prepares your food on the massive circular flattop|
There's a small section for appetizers. Good chicken wings, even if they were on the small side. Dessert (soft-serve ice cream and choice of caramel or chocolate sauce). The cinnamon-sugar biscuits were probably my favorite item in that area. It reminded me of a soft churro.
Even on the weekends, it's a reasonable $10.95 for the buffet. On weekdays, it's $6.95 for lunch and $9.95 for dinner.I will definitely be back to get my AYCE food fix. 8.5/10
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