What a feast at Mongolian Grill!

It’s probably been at least 6 years since I’ve visited a Mongolian Grill – Genghis Khan (Facebook / Instagram: @mongolianbbqTO) (This visit being my second time ever!) The concept of “all you can eat” slightly frustrates me in the sense that I  feel I never eat enough. Another reason being I’m a very indecisive person (It would probably be hours before I finally decide on what I want to eat). Nonetheless, 2 weeks ago, I decided to put all my reasons aside and just go indulge in an epic feast!

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Genghis Khan Mongolian Grill is located midtown. I had the pleasure of visiting this particular location and really enjoyed my dining experience. Ingredients here are constantly being replenished by staff – and counter tops are constantly being cleaned

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Genghis Khan’s Mongolian Grill is different from all the other locations because they are the only location that offer a “buffet” off to the side. This concept came about when they realized that during their most busiest times, customers would be waiting beside the Grill  for food to be cooked. While trying to please as many hungry customers as they can, this particular Mongolian Grill location has  an array of Chinese foods selection from deep fried spring rolls + chicken wings to some favourites dishes found at dim sum and much much more.

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Once you’re completely satisfied your bowl of goodies, Genghis Khan Mongolian grill also offer a “buffet” dessert section. Ice cream, puddings, mini finger pastries – literally you name it!

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Yes – and a Chocolate Fondue Tower going on.

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Oh yeah, they also have a Do It Yourself Shaved Ice Station!

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This sesame bread is amazing. You can’t get this at the buffet table or anywhere else. You have to place the order for this sesame bread with your server the second you arrive at the restaurant because they make it fresh for you in the back! This pairs amazingly well with your bowl of noodles.

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I added a bunch of lamb pieces and veggies. I had 3 bowls of Udon noodles with Satay Sauce + Sesame Oil Sauce)

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Lunch Monday – Friday (Adults) $14.95
Lunch Weekend (Adults) $18.95
Dinner Monday – Thurs (Adults) $23.95
Dinner Weekends & Holiday (Adults) $26.95

For more information, please visit their website: http://www.ggkbbq.com/

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This meal was complimentary but Foodinthecitytoronto.com remains unbiased in our content.

 

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