It's a great place. They just renovated the place so it's even better. The wait staff is really great and the food is hot, fresh and always good. The BBQ bowls are big the selection is plentiful. They don't charge extra for anything except alcohol but who doesn't.
It would be nice to see a better help sheet for mixing the the sauces for the BBQ and it would be great to get a hold of some coupons online but beside all of that it is totally worth my families drive from Fenton to eat here.
Now I have Mongolian BBQ on my mind.
What in the name of God do you think you're doing Mr. Jefferson County? Don't come to Chesterfield and tell us that our restaurants are sub par! Just because you think your QT gas station has the best deep fried twinkies does NOT mean that you're an authority of what makes for a fine dining experience.
Show an ounce of respect. This is the FIRST Mongolian BBQ restaurant in the St. Louis area! Not to mention that these people built our railroads! I cannot help it if they also built the BEST GOD D*MN crab rangoon that I've ever tasted. You must agree that they make for a tasty appetizer because you did not hesitate to sample the ones we smuggled into Genghis Grill.
Now that were on the subject of Genghis Grill, I have to mention that Genghis Grill is a complete waste of time and money. It's just a failed chain from Dallas, TX that will bring you heartache and disappointment with a side of frustration. Are you aware that every time you dine out that you're also eating the perspiration of the guy who cooked that food? WELL I AM! And I would rather eat the sweat of an ACTUAL Mongolian (the way the BUDDHIST intended), than the sweat of some d*uchebag who is in his second year at St. Louis Community College.
If anyone doubts for a minute what I'm saying, read the reviews for the Dallas location. All EIGHT of them. MMMM mmmm...catastrophe!
I haven't eaten here in five years and I'm still trying to scrape it off my shoe. If the Mongolian was worthwhile, they wouldn't try to distract you with chop suey, Vietnamese, pizza, chicken wings, and every other kitchen sink idea they can shove into a trough. I know a jerkoff who swears this is the best Mongolian BBQ in town because they have crab rangoon, I sh*t you not! Every time he visits he has to loosen his rope belt to accommodate all the soy sauce he drank.
The food in general is ok, more of an Americanized Chinese food (vs. authentic) since everything taste sweet and identical to each other. Mongolian BBQ-wise is ok, not much of a selection and not a 'typical' Mongolian BBQ with different varieties of meats, noodles, sauces, etc. Price-wise is ok, service is average.
Price: $8 to $10
Food: The Chinese buffet itself offers the standard Chinese buffet fare but it's all very delicious. The real treat is the Mongolian BBQ itself. For those that don't know, it's where you pick out the fresh vegetables and meats you want along with sauces and its cooks on a large flat grill in front of you almost like a stir fry. It is delicious! Also, it's all you can eat! You can't beat that.
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