Despite the exterior and location of the place the food is pretty good. It's terrible that they're situated in such an obscure area. I've never been to a Mongolian BBQ restaurant. So this review will not be based on past experiences. This restaurant is located in the Butterfield Village Valley Shopping Center. This is pretty much the last shopping center/plaza on Sunnymead Boulevard. The interior of the restaurant is pretty bare. There are plenty of booth and regular seating. The color scheme is a mix match with a kind of gold-beige colored walls, purple chairs, salmon (I think or might be darker) tiled floors and hanging lights with marble-colored covers. When I ate here the floors were sticky in the dining area. The lighting in the bathroom is not too good. There is only a light pointing in front of the sink area. The cashier/host/waiter was very nice and explained the prices as well as walked me and my co-workers through the process of making our bowls. They have a great choice of meats, vegetables and flavorings to choose from. They all looked pretty fresh. The $5.99 one bowl meal also came with a small bowl of soup (Not sure what kind.), some type of fried wonton with sweet and sour sauce on top and a flat bread with sesame seeds on it. I only had water with my food since I try to drink water if I eat oily foods, so I have no idea how much beverages cost. I will definitely come back here.