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Great meal! You get to build your own noodle/rice bowl with the meats, vegetables and sauces you like, and watch as it is prepared in front of you. Fresh ingredients and great flavors!
Was good even for a gluten free diet.
A refreshing spicy dinner selection compared to the typical food served in Buenos Aires. Lots of food and self serve for only 300 pesos. Since it is self serve you can choose what type of meat/tofu/toppings you want to put in. Cooked fresh right in...More
You fill a bowl with the ingredients you want and the chef then cooks them up with rice or noodles on a huge hot plate - it’s delicious! The service was really lovely as well, we got complimentary peanuts and strawberries! Huge portions, a really...More
I have been living in Buenos Aires for year. As a 'gringo' the general lack of food variety (outside of pizza, pasta, and parrilla) can be get boring. I was really glad to find Genghis. As far as Mongolian grills, go it definitely had a...More
I was surprised how tasty the food was. I liked the combination of ingredients, you can choose what to put. Very delicious. The place is not glamorous but the the food is worth trying. And the chef is super nice. I'll return.
Went here because it's close to my house and I was on the hunt for some spicy vegetarian food in a city that generally underutilizes spices and loves meat. My food was good and spicy, but it was also way too salty and oily. There...More
I am Indian living in Buenos Aires. The city itself contains only few Indian restaurants and fewer authentic ones.
This restaurant was one of our life savers when we desperately wanted to have hot, spicy dinner. This by far is the best spicy and...More
Date of visit: April 2017
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NICOLAS S, Manager at Genghis Mongolian Grill, responded to this reviewResponded April 20, 2017
I love this kind of food. You pick your meat (and amount of it) and you have full reign over what you can put in your meal (once it fits in the bowl). Set menu dishes are 85P, but i went hell for leather and...More
Great and spicy Mongolian BBQ with your choice of noodles or rice. Chef had previously worked in a similar joint in LA for 9 years, so he definitely knows what he's doing.
If you are looking for something other than cheese heavy Italian food or...More
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