Today's Groupon bathes your fingers in the sweet and savory sauce that Matthew McConaughey uses to grease the axles of his perpetual-motion machine made of meat. For $10, you get $25 worth of saucy Mongolian stir-fry at Genghis Grill. Casual and quick, the nationally franchised eatery affords diners a plethora of proteins and a cozy ambience to enjoy the bowl-based meals.
Genghis Grill’s build-a-bowl approach to food gives you all the fun of cauldron-based sorcery, minus the risk of summoning the shade of an ancestor and getting scolded for not washing the cauldron first. First, pick your protein from an extensive catalog that includes beef, seafood, and vegetable-based choices, then select a seasoning such as citrus garlic herb, ginger, dragon salt, steakhouse blend, or Arrakis spice. Veggie additions such as bok choy, bamboo shoots, mongo peppers, jalapeños, water chestnuts, and eggs jazz up the meal, especially when drizzled with sauces like dragon sauce, island teriyaki, mongo barbecue, khan pao, and honey soy. Finally, lay your luscious meal on a starch bed of your choice, including tortilla, steamed rice, Udon noodles, or fried rice.
Creative and utterly individual, Mongolian barbecue is the crafty cuisine of the culinary world. Genghis Grill’s clean, casual ambience makes it a smart choice for control freaks, languorous lunchers, picky diners, and Kansas City’s recent influx of thousands of archers on horseback named “Khan.”
- One of the more affordable yet satisfying restaurants in the P&L. Want to get in and out for lunch? This is the place without getting fast food! – David A., Yelp
- As your side can choose from three styles of rice, two styles of pasta, or tortillas. They don't skimp on that, and for your main dish you can fill your bowl as full as you want. – Scott M., Yelp
At Genghis Grill, cooks stir-fry more than 70 fresh ingredients to make healthy, flavorful bowls loaded with proteins and vegetables. Diners can mix and match ingredients to create customized feasts, or choose signature dishes such as the Thai Chicken bowl with chicken, veggies, and udon noodles in red curry peanut sauce. Nutrition-focused heart-healthy bowls, developed with the help of a dietitian, feature flavor combinations such as Sichuan-style bamboo beef or ginger-citrus shrimp.