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Dinner or Lunch Stir-Fry Bowls for Two or All-You-Can-Eat Mongolian Food for Two at Gobi Mongolian BBQ (Up to 37% Off)


91% of 705 customers recommend

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In a Nutshell

Eaters customize feasts of lean meat or tofu, local veggies, noodles, and house sauces, which are then stir-fried before their eyes

The Fine Print

Expires 120 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Dinner Bowls option is not valid Wednesday or Saturday. Not valid for gift cards. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Weight policy applies; adding food beyond 1.5lbs at lunch or 2lbs at dinner will incur additional charges. Cannot be combined with any other discounts or promotions. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose from Three Options

  • $14 for lunch bowls for two (a $21.90 value)
  • $18 for dinner bowls for two, not valid on Wednesday or Saturday (a $27.90 value)
  • $20 for an all-you-can-eat dinner buffet for two on Wednesday or Saturday (a $31.90 value)

Gobi Mongolian BBQ

Having garnered praise from the likes of Gayot, LA Weekly, and foodie blog Eating L.A., Gobi Mongolian BBQ fulfills the hype with menu featuring a customizable, self-serve buffet of veggies from local farmers' markets and lean, all-natural meats. After visitors load bowls with proteins such as certified Angus beef, chicken, pork, turkey, or tofu, they add a selection of vegetation before hitting the sauce station. This is where the fun starts. As L.A. Times writer Jessic Gelt put it in her 2009 review, "saucing is a science" at this Silver Lake hot spot. Whether they strike off on their own or follow one of the restaurant's handy guides, diners can choose combinations from 11 MSG-free sauces ranging from traditional hoisin and green curry to "Facebook-generation" flavors including lemon mint and asian pesto.

With sauces taken care of, noodles top off the feast before cooks step in to stir-fry the igredients and serve the steaming dish with two homemade hot sesame rolls. Other menu offerings include small bites such as crispy pork dumplings, mixed greens salads with creamy sesame dressing, and brownie sundaes with vanilla bean gelato, candied pralines, and whipped cream.

Five-pour flights from an extensive beer list complement bites, with local craft brews including AleSmith's IPA, The Strand's 24th Street Pale Ale, and Iron Fist's Renegade Blonde often gracing the taps. Brews are joined by freshly mixed soju cocktails, as well as traditional highballs, organic wine, sake, and bottled craft soda. In the zen-like dining space, dark wooden tables are surrounded by ledges lined with candles, much like a shrine to birthday cakes.

The Gist

What some people are buzzing about:


91% of 705 customers recommend

  • “Dont come in large groups, make it Intimate! ;)”

  • “great food, casual atmosphere, excellent service”

  • “You will smell like food when you leave, BUT SO WORTH IT!!!!!”

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    2827 West Sunset Boulevard

    Los Angeles, CA 90026


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