Asian Grill - Mongolian BBQ
1128 S Colorado Blvd, Denver, CO 80246
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The owners here, Mary and Peter, are among the nicest people you will ever meet. They know most of the regulars on a first name basis. The food is excellent and the price can't be beat. The lunch hour can be crowded so it's best to come around 2-5pm unless you don't mind the crowds. It's one of the few restaurants around here that actually knows and appreciates its customers. Plus, what can be better than picking the exact ingredients that you want and having it cooked right in front of you? Don't miss out on this special treat!
06/15/2004Provided by Citysearch -
It's a nice place to go for lunch or dinner. The owners, Peter and Mary, are always friendly and ready to help if you are not familiar with Mongolian BBQ. The restaurant isn't fancy, but if you just enjoy good food, this is the place for you.
Unlike other Mongolian restaurants that cook your food only in one place on the grill, the cooks here really know how to use the Mongolian grill.
Cooks there know the grill is designed to cook food in a circular motion so that the food gets done quickly before drying out.
They also have a good selection of vegetables and tofu. It's perfect for those on low carb diet.
To top it off, you get a bowl of steamed rice, a piece of sesame bread on top and your choices of two daily soups for under $7. This place is a must eat!
06/12/2004Provided by Citysearch -
Overridden by chain, franchise restaurants, Colorado is lucky to have a decent authentic Mongolian BBQ Restaurant like Asian Grill. Asian Grill offers a good and accurate selection of ingredients for Mongolian BBQ (they use sliced meat, instead of cubed or blocky meats, for perfect Mongolian grilling). The sauces are also authentic instead of the pre-mixed sauces some other Mongolian BBQ restaurant. If you enjoy spicy food, you'll be pleased with Asian Grills home made chili sauce. Finally, you must try the ""Green Onion Bread"" for it is as tasty as the Indian ""Nan""
You get a big bowl of Mongolian BBQ with a bowl of soup and steamed rice for under $7. It's a steal of great food, anyday!