I have to say this was a treat. I went to school with some students in my class and they described it just like this restaurant. They don't use heave sauces to cook, so if you don't care for soy sauce, the food might be bland. For $10.95 you get soup, eggroll, glass of wine, all you can eat Mongolian bbq and a desert; that is your monies worth. The meat and vegetables are all fresh. Your meats are choice of beef, pork chicken and lamb. They have a variety of vegetables, bean sprouts, broccoli, etc. The grill is a traditional griddle over gas. Again, the base sauce is soy. So if you don't use soy, the other sauces are water base and may be bland without the soy. My family liked most of their food. There sesame chicken is crisp like I remember it in NYC China town. Don't miss this experience.
Only issue is the place could use a freshen up because its run down. The smell of propane is strong so don't let that deter you from this opportunity.