Big Grill Mongolian BBQ
28601 Marguerite Pkwy Ste 1, Mission Viejo, CA 92692
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03/19/2012Provided by Citysearch -
I came to this place because it's the only mongolian bbq within 30 miles of where I live. Honestly, it was the worst mistake of my night! The place is a ""sit down buffet"" but there is absolutely no decorations what so ever... the walls look like they're made of cardboard. The food was overpriced for what it was, all the vegitables that are meant to be separated by their specific containers are all mixed together from a day... maybe two, of people accidentally dropping the vegitables into another container, usually a place that deserves 5 stars will make sure everything remains where it's meant to be. You can tell that the food is old because the ""frozen"" meat is already thawed and the veggies are not a healthy color, most of the containers are actually empty, which darastically lowers the selection of food. Overall, after the food was cooked, it wasn't terrible, it was more the presentation that needed more than just alittle help. The thing that disgusted me the most was the service, if you can't finish your food after spending $13 per person, they will NOT, under any circumstance, including the fact that I am a pregnant woman, give a to go box. Instead of understanding my needs, the old man who works there decided to give me a lecture on if ""I wanted a to go box I should've gone some where else"". I’m willing to drive the extra 30 miles to get real service, and not be disrespected. This was the WORST service I've ever gotten and you can be certain that I let everyone in south county know.
12/03/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I cannot explain completely why I am addicted to mongolian bbq! I am a chef and am usually attracted to higher end restaurants but I love this place! The price is more than reasonable and the quality of food is what kind of fare you would expect from a buffet, I love the control you have in the flavor of your dish, if it does not taste good it is your fault! They also serve chinese bisquits which are sesame rice pockets that you can stuff with your stir fry, ""mongolian burrito's""!
Good meat, an excellent selection and fair service, but then who needs service at a Mongolian BBQ? Wonderful amounts of vegetables in particular make this the best in the area for sure. I can't fault the cost either, particularly considering that the quality really warrants a higher bill - though obviously this would detract from it's appeal!