BD'S Mongolian Barbeque - Easton - Restaurant Review
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|Address||3977 Worth Ave|
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|Featured Meals||Dinner • Lunch|
|Featured Food||Large Portion Sizes • Seafood • Steak • Vegetarian|
|Price of Most Entrees||Moderate ($8-15)|
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Do It Yourself BBQ
Mongolian Barbecues are a little hokey, I agree. Very interesting the first time you try them, but after the novelty of the concept wears off, it's sorta "been there, done that". Not so with BD's.
A mongolian barbecue starts with you assembling a bowl of goodies - veggies of your choosing, a protein like chicken or beef or shrimp, and then adding a sauce for flavor. You then transport your creation over to a giant communal teppayaki grill, where they cook the whole thing for you while you watch. Your meal generally comes with a mountain of rice, salad and drink.
It is hard to offer a recommendation of what to put together, but the range of choices at BD's is astounding. You could eat a different tasting meal there every day if you want. I usually go with chicken with traditional stir fry veggies (onion, mushrooms, carrots, peppers,etc.) with a teriyaki or soy -based sauce. It's all good, and hard to mess up.
This is a fun concept if you are with a large group. It's sort of like a food court - everyone can order what they want, but still eat together. I like the Arena District BD's alittle better than this, but mostly for the memories. It's a chain, so the food all tastes the same.
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