Fun Concept, Great for Picky Eaters and Somewhat Healthy
When you walk in, you're given a metal bowl and asked if you've visited before. If you haven't, you're told the five steps, and the way Genghis works as you're taken to "Khan's Kitchen." Then you're let loose to "make" your meal.
First, you pick a protein: raw chicken, steak, turkey, beef, faux crab, sausage, pork, ham, pepperoni, shrimp or tofu. You can season it with one of about a dozen spice blends (hot and spicy are on the bottom shelf). After that, add in your veggies (they have everything: peppers, sprouts, carrots, potatoes, broccoli, pineapple, cabbage, onions, mushrooms) and pick from about a dozen sauces. They give you a separate bowl for the sauce so it won't burn on the grill. Then, hand your bowl off to a grill master and tell him what starch you want. You can pick 2 from udon noodles, rices, pasta and tortillas. I just choose one. The food is literally ready in minutes once you hand it over.
If that's overwhelming, they also have pre-printed, color-coded cards with recipes on them.
What you get is a huge bowl of food. Mine was a little TOO spicy, but the waiter warned me about the dragon spices. It was cooked perfectly and our waiter was friendly and helpful.
You can get all you can eat for $12.99, but one bowl is only $9.99 ($8.99 at lunch). They charge you $12.99, then discount it $3 for "one bowl." It's a slight of hand discount.
I would recommend a visit. This would be a great place for picky kids.
Sunday - Thursday: 11:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Friday & Saturday: 11:00 a.m.- 11:00 p.m.