BD'S Mongolian Grill

★★★★★
  • 13150 Hall Rd

    Sterling Heights, MI 48313

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  • 586-726-6655

About BD'S Mongolian Grill

Hours
Sun 11am-10pm, Mon-Thu 11am-10:30pm, Fri-Sat 11am-11:30pm

Food

Food
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My friends and I eat here at BD's Mongolian BBQ at least twice a month and it is awesome. I will admit, when I first tried BD's a few years ago, I didn't enjoy the food or the experience. But recently, a friend asked me to go there with him one afternoon, and begrudgingly I went.

And I loved it!

I think BDs may have changed something over the years. I must say for the two instances where I was disappointed, they really have redeemed themselves. I think the choices are better now and the setup is more user-friendly.

I'm so happy to have rediscovered this restaurant and I truly enjoy the lunchtime atmosphere. (Dinner is very loud and rowdy, and it can be a little chaotic sometimes at the bar.) During lunchtime, the price is perfect, the service is above par, and all I can do is rave about it.

The one thing I really want to point out about BD is the cleanliness. This has got to be one of the CLEANEST restaurants I've been in and I eat out at least three to five times a week. Cleanliness was an issue with me from the start because there's raw meat involved, but the meat bar is kept clean, the meat is fresh and it makes for a wonderful dining experience.

Their espresso ice-cream pie is to die for, too.

Let me finish this review by saying, only in America can one go to a Mongolian Barbecue and enjoy all-you-can-eat Mexican fajitas. I LOVE MY COUNTRY! LOL

For those who love fajitas, here's my BD's recipe. (Watch out, it's spicy.)

My friends call me the double-bowl ninja, 'cause I use two bowls at the bar, instead of one like NORMAL people. Anyhow...

Orlanna's Double-Bowl Ninja Fajitas

Bowl One: Fill with NY strip steak. (NY is meatier and holds up better in a fajita. The Sirloin is soft and tender, but tends to be too soft for me -- it cooks up like ground beef sometimes.) Chicken is also really good with this recipe.

Bowl Two: Fill with onions, green peppers, tomatoes

Seasonings: Season the meat with a demitasse spoon of crushed red pepper, garlic powder, black pepper. Add a spoon "tip" of cayenne and chili powder. Ladle fajita sauce over the meat. (You do not need salt! The sauce has plenty.) Also take an extra cup of fajita sauce with you.

After all your ingredients are grilled, get a soup cup and fill with shredded cheddar cheese from the salad bar.

At the table, garnish your hot bowl with cheese, use tortillas.

Optional: Ask your waitress for sour cream, or hit the salad bar for ranch dressing. Both are awesome.

Enjoy!

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★★★★☆

My friends and I eat here at BD's Mongolian BBQ at least twice a month and it is awesome. I will admit, when I first tried BD's a few years ago, I didn't enjoy the food or the experience. But recently, a friend asked me to go there with him one afternoon, and begrudgingly I went.

And I loved it!

I think BDs may have changed something over the years. I must say for the two instances where I was disappointed, they really have redeemed themselves. I think the choices are better now and the setup is more user-friendly.

I'm so happy to have rediscovered this restaurant and I truly enjoy the lunchtime atmosphere. (Dinner is very loud and rowdy, and it can be a little chaotic sometimes at the bar.) During lunchtime, the price is perfect, the service is above par, and all I can do is rave about it.

The one thing I really want to point out about BD is the cleanliness. This has got to be one of the CLEANEST restaurants I've been in and I eat out at least three to five times a week. Cleanliness was an issue with me from the start because there's raw meat involved, but the meat bar is kept clean, the meat is fresh and it makes for a wonderful dining experience.

Their espresso ice-cream pie is to die for, too.

Let me finish this review by saying, only in America can one go to a Mongolian Barbecue and enjoy all-you-can-eat Mexican fajitas. I LOVE MY COUNTRY! LOL

For those who love fajitas, here's my BD's recipe. (Watch out, it's spicy.)

My friends call me the double-bowl ninja, 'cause I use two bowls at the bar, instead of one like NORMAL people. Anyhow...

Orlanna's Double-Bowl Ninja Fajitas

Bowl One: Fill with NY strip steak. (NY is meatier and holds up better in a fajita. The Sirloin is soft and tender, but tends to be too soft for me -- it cooks up like ground beef sometimes.) Chicken is also really good with this recipe.

Bowl Two: Fill with onions, green peppers, tomatoes

Seasonings: Season the meat with a demitasse spoon of crushed red pepper, garlic powder, black pepper. Add a spoon "tip" of cayenne and chili powder. Ladle fajita sauce over the meat. (You do not need salt! The sauce has plenty.) Also take an extra cup of fajita sauce with you.

After all your ingredients are grilled, get a soup cup and fill with shredded cheddar cheese from the salad bar.

At the table, garnish your hot bowl with cheese, use tortillas.

Optional: Ask your waitress for sour cream, or hit the salad bar for ranch dressing. Both are awesome.

Enjoy!

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I loved the food and the friendly service, but the music is loud.

Also, be careful about the amount of spicy sauces that you select. I selected a little sauce, but my meal came out hot, hot, hot! (I think that the reason is that the meal that was prepared on the same spot before mine may have left behind the residual spices/sauce from another patron's selections.

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★★★★☆

I loved the food and the friendly service, but the music is loud.

Also, be careful about the amount of spicy sauces that you select. I selected a little sauce, but my meal came out hot, hot, hot! (I think that the reason is that the meal that was prepared on the same spot before mine may have left behind the residual spices/sauce from another patron's selections.

Pros: Tasty food

Cons: Loud music

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This is something I have loved since moving here to Metro Detroit. It can be really healthy, Spicy, Sweet, fresh. Whatever it is that you feel you want that day or that trip up to the grill. FYI- good vibes for all if the grillers also get a small tip. I usaully do $1. on the first trip for each person in the party. It's not required of course, but they do put on a little more of show for the cash. Oh Yaeh, "They Do It On A Grill!"

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★★★★★

This is something I have loved since moving here to Metro Detroit. It can be really healthy, Spicy, Sweet, fresh. Whatever it is that you feel you want that day or that trip up to the grill. FYI- good vibes for all if the grillers also get a small tip. I usaully do $1. on the first trip for each person in the party. It's not required of course, but they do put on a little more of show for the cash. Oh Yaeh, "They Do It On A Grill!"

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We ate here with a large group of friend's. The wait was long, but I am glad that we stuck aroung. It was well worth it. The food is great. The place was very clean (even the bathrooms) The price was a little steep, but considering what you get, it's well worth it! Staff was very friendly and helpful!

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★★★★★

We ate here with a large group of friend's. The wait was long, but I am glad that we stuck aroung. It was well worth it. The food is great. The place was very clean (even the bathrooms) The price was a little steep, but considering what you get, it's well worth it! Staff was very friendly and helpful!

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