Bd's Mongolian Grill

★★★★☆
  • 1474 Town Center Dr

    Lakeland, FL 33803

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  • 863-603-3544

About Bd's Mongolian Grill

Hours
Sun-Thur 11am-10pm Fri-Sat 11am-11pm
Special Offer
Free Mini Dessert

Food

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If you've never been to a mongolian grill before I can see how this restaurant might be appealing. However, compared to the single other restaurant I've been to that's main dish is mongolian BBQ, that I might give two stars, I would give bd's mongolian grill a....negative 2, if I could. However, it would appear I cannot do that. The woman that served us was very polite, but forgetful. There is a hideous lack of variety in almost all of the food items you put in your bowl. Also the table the (frozen) meat was sat out on was dirty and all the meats were all mixed in with the other meats. I would, under not circumstance recommend this restaurant to someone I liked.

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★☆☆☆☆

If you've never been to a mongolian grill before I can see how this restaurant might be appealing. However, compared to the single other restaurant I've been to that's main dish is mongolian BBQ, that I might give two stars, I would give bd's mongolian grill a....negative 2, if I could. However, it would appear I cannot do that. The woman that served us was very polite, but forgetful. There is a hideous lack of variety in almost all of the food items you put in your bowl. Also the table the (frozen) meat was sat out on was dirty and all the meats were all mixed in with the other meats. I would, under not circumstance recommend this restaurant to someone I liked.

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If you get tired of the same old same old at the restaurants you've been frequenting, then give them a try. You pick out your own meats and veggies and watch them being prepared on a huge grill. Cooked to your perfection! Great for the whole family. A little pricey but it's something outside the box.

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★★★★☆

If you get tired of the same old same old at the restaurants you've been frequenting, then give them a try. You pick out your own meats and veggies and watch them being prepared on a huge grill. Cooked to your perfection! Great for the whole family. A little pricey but it's something outside the box.

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This is such a great restaurant. We first discovered it in Michigan, and were thrilled to find it in Lakeland. My husband has made an art out of packing the bowl just right. Great and friendly staff, excellent fresh food. Restaurant is always clean.

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This is such a great restaurant. We first discovered it in Michigan, and were thrilled to find it in Lakeland. My husband has made an art out of packing the bowl just right. Great and friendly staff, excellent fresh food. Restaurant is always clean.

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This a great place, especially if you are a picky eater. Here you get to choose your meats, veggies and sauces. You create your own dish. They also have recipes you can make. Would recommend it.

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This a great place, especially if you are a picky eater. Here you get to choose your meats, veggies and sauces. You create your own dish. They also have recipes you can make. Would recommend it.

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The options here are endless. I went here in January 2008 for the first time and it was fabulous! You can mix and match the meat and veggies and sauces any way you like them. They are totally customizable. Then, everything is cooked right infront of you. You get to pick your own sauces and add as much or as little as you would like. The service was top knotch. As soon as we got to our table the server was there for our drinks. The water glass stayed full the whole time and they were very personable. The manager visits every table, so they really care about what you think.
Great place!

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★★★★★

The options here are endless. I went here in January 2008 for the first time and it was fabulous! You can mix and match the meat and veggies and sauces any way you like them. They are totally customizable. Then, everything is cooked right infront of you. You get to pick your own sauces and add as much or as little as you would like. The service was top knotch. As soon as we got to our table the server was there for our drinks. The water glass stayed full the whole time and they were very personable. The manager visits every table, so they really care about what you think.
Great place!

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BD's is not your typical Chinese Mongolian buffet. The atmosphere is modern, the service is good, and the food is even better; well that can depend on you; but read on to see why.

The menu is sparse, but the choices are simple: one trip meat & veggie buffet, all you eat buffet, and soup & salad buffet. This review will focus on the meat & veggie buffet. The buffet starts with picking up a bowl and adding a meat (should you desire): chicken breast, pork, ribeye, sausage, shrimp, squid, and duck (recently added). All are sliced think and chilled. Next, using the same bowl you move down the line to add veggies which includes, peppers, bean sprouts, bamboo shoots, celery, onions, lettuce, tofu, jalapeos, and eggs (in shell) among others. The goal is pile the meat and veggies as high as you can or want.

Now you get to the end of the row and choose your seasonings and sauces. Get a small ramiken and pick your sauces. You can mix them up if you want, it's all up to you! There's kung pao, Mongolian ginger, black bean sauce, shitake mushroom, teriyaki, sweet & sour, and more!. You're almost ready to cook, but not yet! At the end of the table, there are fresh jars of spices such as cumin, cayenne, ginger powder, mustard, black pepper, and a number of others. Oh and there's freshly chopped garlic as well.

Now you can take your concoction to the cook line where a staff member usually tells you where to stand, but if they're not there, just go to the next open slot. The cooks take your bowl of food and dump it on the hot grill. They take two elongated metal bars (L shaped) and use it as the cooking utensil. You will be asked if you want some BD's seasoning. Not sure what's in it, but I always have them add it as it makes it taste better.

Once they food is almost cooked, they add your sauce to the food, fry the egg (if you brought one) and stir fry it all together. More often than not, they will add some entertainment by trying to flip some of the food around, in your bowl or in their hat. When your food is ready, they put it all in a new bowl for you.

Once you are seated, your server will ask if you want white or brown rice and tortilla's; they may do this before you head up to the buffet so that its ready when you sit to eat.

That's basically it! The one trip buffet costs $10 and add a few bucks more for the all you can eat. Most of the time, a single trip is all I need, but if you have a big appetite or want to try alot of smaller sized combinations, the all you can eat may be the way to go. Overall, a great place for a large gathering of friends or co-workers; highly recommended!

PROS: Good selection of items to choose from.
CONS: Can be expensive if you don't want to fill up.

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★★★★★

BD's is not your typical Chinese Mongolian buffet. The atmosphere is modern, the service is good, and the food is even better; well that can depend on you; but read on to see why.

The menu is sparse, but the choices are simple: one trip meat & veggie buffet, all you eat buffet, and soup & salad buffet. This review will focus on the meat & veggie buffet. The buffet starts with picking up a bowl and adding a meat (should you desire): chicken breast, pork, ribeye, sausage, shrimp, squid, and duck (recently added). All are sliced think and chilled. Next, using the same bowl you move down the line to add veggies which includes, peppers, bean sprouts, bamboo shoots, celery, onions, lettuce, tofu, jalapeos, and eggs (in shell) among others. The goal is pile the meat and veggies as high as you can or want.

Now you get to the end of the row and choose your seasonings and sauces. Get a small ramiken and pick your sauces. You can mix them up if you want, it's all up to you! There's kung pao, Mongolian ginger, black bean sauce, shitake mushroom, teriyaki, sweet & sour, and more!. You're almost ready to cook, but not yet! At the end of the table, there are fresh jars of spices such as cumin, cayenne, ginger powder, mustard, black pepper, and a number of others. Oh and there's freshly chopped garlic as well.

Now you can take your concoction to the cook line where a staff member usually tells you where to stand, but if they're not there, just go to the next open slot. The cooks take your bowl of food and dump it on the hot grill. They take two elongated metal bars (L shaped) and use it as the cooking utensil. You will be asked if you want some BD's seasoning. Not sure what's in it, but I always have them add it as it makes it taste better.

Once they food is almost cooked, they add your sauce to the food, fry the egg (if you brought one) and stir fry it all together. More often than not, they will add some entertainment by trying to flip some of the food around, in your bowl or in their hat. When your food is ready, they put it all in a new bowl for you.

Once you are seated, your server will ask if you want white or brown rice and tortilla's; they may do this before you head up to the buffet so that its ready when you sit to eat.

That's basically it! The one trip buffet costs $10 and add a few bucks more for the all you can eat. Most of the time, a single trip is all I need, but if you have a big appetite or want to try alot of smaller sized combinations, the all you can eat may be the way to go. Overall, a great place for a large gathering of friends or co-workers; highly recommended!

PROS: Good selection of items to choose from.
CONS: Can be expensive if you don't want to fill up.

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