Okay, so if you know about Mongolian, you know that it is you that is mostly responsible for whether the it turns out good or not. They have a large enough selection of meats and veggies, so you can get a great variety of flavors. It is a bit different than other places I have been for a couple of reasons. First, there is a spice rack that you put right on your meat. A good variety of spices that really works for Mongolian. Second, most of the sauces are premade mixtures of basic sauces. I would prefer just the basics and making my own mixture, but in general this still works. You can only put your sauces in a seperate bowl from the meat and veggies and it is then mixed on the grill. A little odd, but the flavor mixes in well later. A couple of tips: you can ask for the rice to be "mixed in" with the meat and veggies to spread the flavor better. You can also ask for soy sauce to be added at the grill or they will bring soy sauce to the table if that is how you like it.