This was our first experience with Mongolian BBQ and we loved it. You pick your meat, add noodles, veggies and sauces then you hand it to the chef and he prepare it for you. This is a great idea and priced nicely $13 at dinner time. It came with a soup that tasted like corn and a small egg roll and wonton chips. My mom had the combination fried rice and she enjoyed it very much. The staff wasn't very informative on the BBQ until I said to them for the 3rd time "I have never eaten Mongolian BBQ, please explain". That's when she explained briefly the idea. Another Patron helped us out to fully understand the concept Etc. overall, it was good.
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