Going out to eat is more convenient than cooking, especially if all your colanders are already full of pasta you haven't gotten around to eating yet. Save all that pasta for another day with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $7 for $15 worth of Mongolian stir-fry and sushi at dinner
- $15 for $30 worth of Mongolian stir-fry and sushi at dinner for four or more
Meals start off with coconut shrimp ($4.25) or fried calamari ($4.25). Entrees include sushi, such as the Cajun roll ($10.25 for eight pieces), and signature dishes ($9.99), such as pad thai or coconut-curry seafood. Finally, dessert arrives in the form of lemon cake ($4.75) and raspberry chimi ($3.99). See the menu.
Kublai Khan Crazy Mongolian Stir Fry
As the centerpiece of Kublai Khan, the mongolian grill reaches temperatures of 650 degrees and can cook more than 30 meals at the same time. The restaurant's methods revive an ancient tradition from centuries ago, when, after a long day of hunting, Genghis Khan and his warriors would cook meat, vegetables, and whatever spices were available atop their upturned shields—which had the logos of several sponsors on them. In similar fashion, diners at Kublai Khan gather their self-selected bowls of ingredients before handing them over to the chefs, who slice, dice, and sear them into stir-fry creations. The fiery production earned Kublai Khan the Talk of the Town customer-satisfaction award in 2012 for the second year running.
“Well the best choice is make or create your own dish otherwise it's just not very enjoying.”
“A great meal and you can keep it healthy without sacrificing the portion or the flavor! Very nice service, too”
“Tasty and interesting. Never a crowd when we go.”