We drive an hour to go there so it is definitely one of our favorites :)
We have found that there are several good choices in Eugene and the same in Salem. We try to mix it up a little but try to include Jung's once a month or more if we are in the area :) You really get to craving this food and after trying a dozen or so Mongolian restaurants in Oregon and Washington, Jung's is the best !!! for many reasons, we have always been treated respectfully, there is a wonderful selection of veggies, meats & sauces several that you wont find in other Mongolian restaurants and the cooks work very hard to prepare it the way that you like it. they also have a nice selection of nuts and seeds that go well with the fare very good mmm, thank you Jung's
ps now have the craving so guess will have to get down there soon :)
this is a very awesome place as well as inexpensive it was one of the first restaurants i took my fiance to on a reccomendation from my uncle and she fell inlove with the place before she made her bowl. there is tons of selection and its on 10$ for all you can eat! can not beat that, i dare you to try it, ou will fail and then you will feel compelled to reply to this very review and be like Erik (now that you know my name) you are so very right, i tried and i tried to beat this amazing deal you showed me pertaining to Jungs and i just failed miserably like a.. welll there is no better similie than like someone trying to find a better deal than that of Jungs.
Jungs is the BEST restaurant EVER and I must say they have VERY GOOD service, I have been eating here for about 5 years now and NEVER ONCE had a bad experience. I am SHOCKED to see a bad review. I would DEFINITELY recommend this place to a friend.
I will never come back to Jung's. I went with a group of 10 people and we were immediately treated rudely by the hostess. My party understood that we would have to wait to acomodate a larger group but we waited for more than a half hour in an almost empty restaurant. When we asked (very politely and never raising our voices) if we could push a couple tables together the hostess snapped at us for telling her how to do her job. When we were finally being lead to a table, the hostess informed us that if we caused any more problems we would be asked to leave. Dumbfounded, we chose to leave at that moment rather than give business to a place that would employ such an unfriendly, and downright mean woman. My group was very disapionted for reasons beyond what the hostess could know. Not only were we celebrating a birthday but also, a friend of ours had just been killed in Iraq and this was the first fun outing we were going on after recieving the news. Because of this one woman we did not get to dine in the restaurant we drove from Thurston for. Instead we drove down the street to another venue where we were seated immediately in a friendly manner and never treated in a demeaning way. Jung's missed out on the $200 some dollars we spent and any future business. Thank you Nandi from Jung's for forcing us to a different restaurant where we had a blast.
We used to go for the buffet all the time but were never able to make it past the second bowl. So what we always do now is get it to go. Sure, you only get to go through once but you get to pile your bowl as high as you can and it's a meal that will take you all day to finish. Just remember to tip your chef!!
I've eaten here at least 100 times. It is the best Mongolian Grill in Eugene, but only if you take heed of three simple rules:
1. Use twice the meat you think you need (it will shrink)
2. Use three times the sauce you think you need (except for soy sauce)
3. Go easy on the noodles (they fill you up fast -- it's the meat and veggies you want)
Follow these rules, and you will experience Jung's the way it was meant to be experienced.
Oh, and unless you must have seafood, go before 4pm. Even when they close their doors at 4, you still get served and you only pay the lunch price.
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