Khans Mongolian Restrnt

★★★★★

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There is a flat rate for this place. You start with soup and then a salad with peanuts (if you have a peanut allergy mention it before hand). Then you go up to the staging area where you get a bowl to add your noodles and then you can choose from proteins (shrimp, beef, pork, chicken, lamb, & tofu), a variety of veggies (mushrooms, green onions, yellow onions, sprouts, water chestnuts, mushrooms, etc), and then sauces/spices (garlic, sesame oil, white wine, ginger, soy sauce, etc). You bring it all to the cook at a big drum with large chopsticks. He takes your plate and cooks your meal right in front of you on the drum. You pick a base sauce. There are 5 to chose from. My husband alwasys picks the spicy one but I got with the bbq. The house sauce has a bit too much ginger for my tastes. When he is done cooking, you can top your creation with sesame seeds. It is good form to tip the cook so be sure to bring some bills with you. The meal is served with white rice and sesame bread.

At lunch rate, which is cheaper, you can go up 2 times and for the dinner rate you can go up as many times as you can handle.

The staff is always friendly. Although we do not live in NY anymore, we always come here once a year to eat.

PROS: Excellent food.
CONS: Closes between lunch and dinner.

5
★★★★★

There is a flat rate for this place. You start with soup and then a salad with peanuts (if you have a peanut allergy mention it before hand). Then you go up to the staging area where you get a bowl to add your noodles and then you can choose from proteins (shrimp, beef, pork, chicken, lamb, & tofu), a variety of veggies (mushrooms, green onions, yellow onions, sprouts, water chestnuts, mushrooms, etc), and then sauces/spices (garlic, sesame oil, white wine, ginger, soy sauce, etc). You bring it all to the cook at a big drum with large chopsticks. He takes your plate and cooks your meal right in front of you on the drum. You pick a base sauce. There are 5 to chose from. My husband alwasys picks the spicy one but I got with the bbq. The house sauce has a bit too much ginger for my tastes. When he is done cooking, you can top your creation with sesame seeds. It is good form to tip the cook so be sure to bring some bills with you. The meal is served with white rice and sesame bread.

At lunch rate, which is cheaper, you can go up 2 times and for the dinner rate you can go up as many times as you can handle.

The staff is always friendly. Although we do not live in NY anymore, we always come here once a year to eat.

PROS: Excellent food.
CONS: Closes between lunch and dinner.

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Dinner here is more than just eating. Firstly, the staff is extremely friendly and nice. The ambiance isn't anything special, but the tables aren't too close together and the lighting is just right. Basically, you go into the next room with a plate and you pick everything you want -- veggies, noodles, meats, sauces and throw it together on your plate/bowl. Then you go over to this man who hovers over this huge, hot drum. He dumps the contents of your plate and cooks it over this extremely hot surface -- and hands it back to you when you're done. It's a pretty neat thing to see, and it's nice that you have control over what you're eating. The pickings aren't anything to write home about, but at least it's not the typical cuisine.

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Dinner here is more than just eating. Firstly, the staff is extremely friendly and nice. The ambiance isn't anything special, but the tables aren't too close together and the lighting is just right. Basically, you go into the next room with a plate and you pick everything you want -- veggies, noodles, meats, sauces and throw it together on your plate/bowl. Then you go over to this man who hovers over this huge, hot drum. He dumps the contents of your plate and cooks it over this extremely hot surface -- and hands it back to you when you're done. It's a pretty neat thing to see, and it's nice that you have control over what you're eating. The pickings aren't anything to write home about, but at least it's not the typical cuisine.

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