I enjoyed the experience more than anything. Plenty of choices (maybe too many! I need someone to make decisions for me!) They have a sign to create known noodle dishes on the back wall inconveniently on your way to the bathroom, lol! But yes, many combinations you make yourself with sauces that some worked and others not so much. I stuck mainly with the udon and lo mein noodles with lo mein, Korean BBQ, and teriyaki sauce to play it safe and all was good. I did save room for a plate of pasta marinara with sausage, meatballs, and bacon(had to work it in somehow!)which wasn't too bad. My goal was to make at least three plates (I managed four) smaller portions; ingredients add up fast so I would advise against loading up unless lines at the grille are super long. That being said, they have like 9 marked stations around the circular Mongolian grille where u hand the cooks your plate and watch and salivate. The food unfortunately does get repetitive and sauces begin tasting the same but you can always change things up by getting stir fry and asking for plain white rice which is included. 16 bucks is a little steep for what you get (I didn't waste space with the salad or dessert so can't comment) but it is all you can eat so is comparatively priced.
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