Armed with a do-it-yourself attitude, Mongolian barbecue is known for inspiring diners to construct three-tier birdhouses out of toothpicks, knit sweaters in under an hour, and host a show on the History Channel all while designing a delicious meal. Make your own masterpiece with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of Mongolian barbecue fare at The Mongolie Grill on 4th Street Southwest.
The Mongolie 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. Bowls are priced depending on weight, with a half bowl running approximately $10 to $14, a three-quarters bowl approximately $15 to $20, and a full bowl from $20 to $30. A bountiful bowl begins with a choice from more than 15 garden-fresh vegetables, piles on fresh meat and seafood, and concludes with one or more of the house-made specialty sauces. Designated grill masters then transform your conceptual stir-fry into steaming sustenance and add accompaniments of soup, steamed rice, and mu shu wraps. The friendly staff aids in any questions concerning sauces, vegetables, or attempts to eat lightning.