For years, European navigators searched for a direct route to Asia's tasty cuisine, eventually burrowing through the earth and accidentally rediscovering Luxembourg. Blaze a path toward savoury satisfaction with this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of Mongolian Barbecue Fare
Prices for bowls of custom stir-fry vary by weight, with half-bowls running between $8 and $12, and full bowls running between $19 and $30. Diners can start with chicken-and-veggie potstickers ($9.99) or vegetarian spring rolls ($9.99).
The Mongolie Grill
At The Mongolie Grill, a sponsor of the Edmonton Oilers and a preferred restaurant of the team, patrons orchestrate their own stir-fried feasts of fresh vegetables, succulent meats, and 18 different sauces made from scratch, including sweet coconut, peanut, and spicy thai varieties. Spatula-wielding cooks flip diners' custom meals across the sizzling grill, then escort them to tables along with steaming bowls of jasmine or brown rice and house-made soup. To accompany each bowl, patrons can sip from an all-Canadian wine list that includes vintages from Sandhill, Peller Estates, and Gray Monk Estate.
The warm hues of sunset collide with sleek metal accents and bold geometric artwork in The Mongolie Grill's interior, dominated by the huge circular grill in the center. Dinner conversation takes place over white tablecloths or within cozy booths, which are also ideal settings for five-minute naps.
79% of 4,232 customers recommend
“Use the recipes if it is the first time you have eaten there.”
“Changed to a fixed price, which is actually awesome. If you plan on piling on the food with the idea that you can take home the rest for lunch the next day then you...”
“Changed to a fixed price, which is actually awesome. If you plan on piling on the food with the idea that you can take home the rest for lunch the next day then you are all set. Great value (assuming the above)!”