Genghis Khan Mongolian Grill

★★★★★
  • 3906 Bell St

    Kansas City, MO 64111

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  • 816-753-3600

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I went with a group of 6 people. My friends dad paid for 4 of them. I paid for my own meal $22... when the menu said it was $15. After considering the 18% automatically included the $22 was acceptable. Now less than a week later i guess

3
★★★★★

I went with a group of 6 people. My friends dad paid for 4 of them. I paid for my own meal $22... when the menu said it was $15. After considering the 18% automatically included the $22 was acceptable. Now less than a week later i guess

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Such a good place! Go for lunch, it is cheaper! Great location and great service.

3
★★★★★

Such a good place! Go for lunch, it is cheaper! Great location and great service.

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This is one of my favorite restaurants of all time! To echo the previous poster, if you like BD's you haven't tried Genghis Khan! Since it's buffet style you can get sooo much for your money. All the food is great, great options for vegetarians, and the crab rangoon is super! The only drawback is they are usually pretty busy, but it's worth the wait!

5
★★★★★

This is one of my favorite restaurants of all time! To echo the previous poster, if you like BD's you haven't tried Genghis Khan! Since it's buffet style you can get sooo much for your money. All the food is great, great options for vegetarians, and the crab rangoon is super! The only drawback is they are usually pretty busy, but it's worth the wait!

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Staff was rude and unfriendly. Waited very long time for check (needed to leave- kiddo was restless) they were unsympathetic and rude. I was with a party that had asked for separate checks- they issued a separate check FOR MY 7 YEAR OLD and were then rude when I questioned it.

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★★☆☆☆

Staff was rude and unfriendly. Waited very long time for check (needed to leave- kiddo was restless) they were unsympathetic and rude. I was with a party that had asked for separate checks- they issued a separate check FOR MY 7 YEAR OLD and were then rude when I questioned it.

Pros: Food was ok

Cons: VERY FAMILY UNFRIENDLY, CAN'T HAVE A TO GO BOX

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If you think BD's is good, you have not tried GK (btw, BD's is not authentic at all and extremely nasty if you ask me). Everything is always fresh here. My favorite part, besides the Mong grill, is their mini buffet which includes soups, the best crab rangoon you'll ever taste (and I don't like crab rangoon), garlic/scallion chicken wings, and an assortment of fresh fruits and sweets. They are owned by the same people who own Blue Koi, which has great food too!

5
★★★★★

If you think BD's is good, you have not tried GK (btw, BD's is not authentic at all and extremely nasty if you ask me). Everything is always fresh here. My favorite part, besides the Mong grill, is their mini buffet which includes soups, the best crab rangoon you'll ever taste (and I don't like crab rangoon), garlic/scallion chicken wings, and an assortment of fresh fruits and sweets. They are owned by the same people who own Blue Koi, which has great food too!

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Pretty good mongolian grill. I've never had anything off the menu - only the all-you-can-eat mongolian grill. The dinner prices are WAY too high - lunch is definitely your best value. Also, management is a bit rude (the wait staff is typically terrific, though). For example, I was really thirsty and the glasses there are small - I asked the busy waiter to leave the pitcher at my table, or bring a few extra glasses, to save him from running around. He got into trouble for it! And this kind of thing happens almost every time I'm there - the management is very quirky. But the grill is great. Again, go for lunch - dinner is too expensive. (For another decent mongolian-style grill, try China One north of the river -- their other food is typical crappy chinese buffet, but the mongolian grill is similar to Genghis Khan, for a few bucks less)

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★★★★☆

Pretty good mongolian grill. I've never had anything off the menu - only the all-you-can-eat mongolian grill. The dinner prices are WAY too high - lunch is definitely your best value. Also, management is a bit rude (the wait staff is typically terrific, though). For example, I was really thirsty and the glasses there are small - I asked the busy waiter to leave the pitcher at my table, or bring a few extra glasses, to save him from running around. He got into trouble for it! And this kind of thing happens almost every time I'm there - the management is very quirky. But the grill is great. Again, go for lunch - dinner is too expensive. (For another decent mongolian-style grill, try China One north of the river -- their other food is typical crappy chinese buffet, but the mongolian grill is similar to Genghis Khan, for a few bucks less)

Pros: lunch is best, only about $9 / mongolian grill make it any way you want, wait staff is great

Cons: dinner is overpriced, management is quirky, can be rude

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This is by far our favorite Mongolian grill, and one of our favorite Asian restaurants ever! Like all Mongolian grills, you go through a buffet line and fill up a bowl of your choice of raw vegetables, meats, noodles, and sauces. (Rice is delivered to the table if you like.) The chefs then cook your meal on a grill for you. Genghis Khan offers a huge selection of vegetables and meats. Unlike other Mongolian grills, they do not have many pre-made sauces; rather, they have many sauce ingredients such as soy sauce, wine, ginger, garlic, sesame oil, oyster sauce, etc. along with several dried seasonings, and you can mix the ingredients to make your own sauce. If you are unsure of how to mix these ingredients, they have sample sauce "recipes" printed above the buffet. I actually prefer this because there are so many ways you can customize your meal!

Included in the price of the buffet are several appetizers (usually crab rangoons, spring rolls, and chicken wings), soups, and several desserts (they used to have a selection of bite-sized cheesecakes and cream pies, but the last time I went they only had brownies and Rice Krispies treats).

If I remember correctly, a lunch buffet is about $8.50 which is reasonable considering the wide variety of food you have to choose from. The dinner buffet is much more expensive (I believe $14 or $16) without many more options, so I recommend going for the lunch buffet!

You also have the option of ordering a pre-made dish from the menu; however, I don't think I've ever seen anyone actually do this!

This particular location is closed on Sundays, which was rather disappointing since my husband and I drove 20 minutes to eat here after church one day! The Northland location was open on Sundays when we used to live up north, so we were suprised that this one had different hours.

5
★★★★★

This is by far our favorite Mongolian grill, and one of our favorite Asian restaurants ever! Like all Mongolian grills, you go through a buffet line and fill up a bowl of your choice of raw vegetables, meats, noodles, and sauces. (Rice is delivered to the table if you like.) The chefs then cook your meal on a grill for you. Genghis Khan offers a huge selection of vegetables and meats. Unlike other Mongolian grills, they do not have many pre-made sauces; rather, they have many sauce ingredients such as soy sauce, wine, ginger, garlic, sesame oil, oyster sauce, etc. along with several dried seasonings, and you can mix the ingredients to make your own sauce. If you are unsure of how to mix these ingredients, they have sample sauce "recipes" printed above the buffet. I actually prefer this because there are so many ways you can customize your meal!

Included in the price of the buffet are several appetizers (usually crab rangoons, spring rolls, and chicken wings), soups, and several desserts (they used to have a selection of bite-sized cheesecakes and cream pies, but the last time I went they only had brownies and Rice Krispies treats).

If I remember correctly, a lunch buffet is about $8.50 which is reasonable considering the wide variety of food you have to choose from. The dinner buffet is much more expensive (I believe $14 or $16) without many more options, so I recommend going for the lunch buffet!

You also have the option of ordering a pre-made dish from the menu; however, I don't think I've ever seen anyone actually do this!

This particular location is closed on Sundays, which was rather disappointing since my husband and I drove 20 minutes to eat here after church one day! The Northland location was open on Sundays when we used to live up north, so we were suprised that this one had different hours.

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It is true that any appetite can be satisfied at the Khan as they have the selection to go both meat eater and meat hugger. Lunch is definitely the best value as it's under $10, is all you can eat but does not include things like seafood (which you'll pay a bit extra for during lunch but it's included at the dinner price). They carry the best selction of ingredients for making your own unique sauce out of any of the Mongolian places I've eaten here in KC...which has it pros and cons...pros for me because I cook, cons for my brother and father who do not and become quite frustrated at the selection (even though there are nifty little recipes for you to follow). The service is always wonderful and the hostess or owner will come around and check and chat regularly making sure you are satisfied. The meats are always cold, still frozen usually, unlike many other Mongolian places I've been where many times the meat looks slimy from being out for so long and the vegetable selection is perfect.

2
★★★★★

It is true that any appetite can be satisfied at the Khan as they have the selection to go both meat eater and meat hugger. Lunch is definitely the best value as it's under $10, is all you can eat but does not include things like seafood (which you'll pay a bit extra for during lunch but it's included at the dinner price). They carry the best selction of ingredients for making your own unique sauce out of any of the Mongolian places I've eaten here in KC...which has it pros and cons...pros for me because I cook, cons for my brother and father who do not and become quite frustrated at the selection (even though there are nifty little recipes for you to follow). The service is always wonderful and the hostess or owner will come around and check and chat regularly making sure you are satisfied. The meats are always cold, still frozen usually, unlike many other Mongolian places I've been where many times the meat looks slimy from being out for so long and the vegetable selection is perfect.

Pros: Great lunch value, wonderful selection of food

Cons: I need to be wheelbarrowed out

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Great place for lunch - it's cheaper than dinner and pretty much the same offerings from what I could tell. The chicken wings are oddly very good (comes w/ the bbq).

Great for any diet your group is on. The host and manager seem very nice!

2
★★★★★

Great place for lunch - it's cheaper than dinner and pretty much the same offerings from what I could tell. The chicken wings are oddly very good (comes w/ the bbq).

Great for any diet your group is on. The host and manager seem very nice!

Pros: Location, Lunch Price

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I always bring out of town guests to "The Kahn" as my fiance affectionately calls it. Even picky eaters can enjoy the food at the mongolian bbq, and if they don't like it, they can toss it and try again. Always a safe bet for a hungry crowd.

2
★★★★★

I always bring out of town guests to "The Kahn" as my fiance affectionately calls it. Even picky eaters can enjoy the food at the mongolian bbq, and if they don't like it, they can toss it and try again. Always a safe bet for a hungry crowd.

Pros: Pleasant and attentive staff combined with good food and a fun factor for those who like to experiment with different sauce combinations.

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Have been dining there for lunch for last four years (not every day, of course)
Lunch is fast, get there at 11:00 or the hospital crowd gets large
Chefs are quick, buffet is well stocked, diverse and colorful
Wait staff are quick, clean and polite, management checks in and is watching closely
Prices are slightly above average, but worth it I feel
Choose from meat or meatless, booth, table, large or small parties
The artwork in the facility is mesmerizing. If for no other reason go to look at the photography at least once.
park in the back, towards the medical center side of the building, parking in the front is scarce.
Be sure to have the hot and sour soup, as it is probably the best in the city, I'm craving it right now.....

2
★★★★★

Have been dining there for lunch for last four years (not every day, of course)
Lunch is fast, get there at 11:00 or the hospital crowd gets large
Chefs are quick, buffet is well stocked, diverse and colorful
Wait staff are quick, clean and polite, management checks in and is watching closely
Prices are slightly above average, but worth it I feel
Choose from meat or meatless, booth, table, large or small parties
The artwork in the facility is mesmerizing. If for no other reason go to look at the photography at least once.
park in the back, towards the medical center side of the building, parking in the front is scarce.
Be sure to have the hot and sour soup, as it is probably the best in the city, I'm craving it right now.....

Pros: Easy access via Rainbow Boulevard to State line, GREAT food, photography

Cons: going to be packed during the week for lunch, get there at 11AM if you want to eat.

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My boyfriend and I love it here. It's a good time creating your own entrees. There's a great selection of foods to choose from and combine. Service is great and FAST - hardly no waiting and they always have a great drink special.

2
★★★★☆

My boyfriend and I love it here. It's a good time creating your own entrees. There's a great selection of foods to choose from and combine. Service is great and FAST - hardly no waiting and they always have a great drink special.

Pros: Great all the way around!

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My boyfriend and I were in town for the weekend and were looking for some good chinese food. We were told about Genghis Kahn. We found the place pretty easily even though its on a side street. The mongolian grill selection was awesome, tons of different meats and veggies. Also tons of sauses and they have posted a couple different ways to make sauses they recommend. Its all you can eat which is great. The wait staff was friendly and right there with a full drink just before ours ran out. We will definitly be back when we are back in town.

2
★★★★★

My boyfriend and I were in town for the weekend and were looking for some good chinese food. We were told about Genghis Kahn. We found the place pretty easily even though its on a side street. The mongolian grill selection was awesome, tons of different meats and veggies. Also tons of sauses and they have posted a couple different ways to make sauses they recommend. Its all you can eat which is great. The wait staff was friendly and right there with a full drink just before ours ran out. We will definitly be back when we are back in town.

Pros: great food, great atmosphere

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Eat at Genghis Kahn! This is the best Mongolian Barbeque I've had, certainly the best in town. The food is fabulous...and you get to pride yourself on the fact that that has something to do with your choice in ingredients and putting the sauce together before handing it off to the chefs to cook! The ambience is cool with just the right blend of upscale urban chic, laid back contemporary casual, and nice photography reminding you that it IS about Mongolia. Come with a BIG appetite!

2
★★★★★

Eat at Genghis Kahn! This is the best Mongolian Barbeque I've had, certainly the best in town. The food is fabulous...and you get to pride yourself on the fact that that has something to do with your choice in ingredients and putting the sauce together before handing it off to the chefs to cook! The ambience is cool with just the right blend of upscale urban chic, laid back contemporary casual, and nice photography reminding you that it IS about Mongolia. Come with a BIG appetite!

Pros: Great food, Unique, Fun experience

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never mind BD mongolian (a chain). genghis khan is the best mongolian in town! the food is always fresh and they prepare it right in front of your face! the best time to go there is lunch time.

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★★★★★

never mind BD mongolian (a chain). genghis khan is the best mongolian in town! the food is always fresh and they prepare it right in front of your face! the best time to go there is lunch time.

 

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