Dinner was $25 a person. You can choose what you like so that's cool, but also totally not worth $25 if you don't eat a lot like me.
Always a fun experience. Went for Sunday Brunch. Best to get there early. About 11:30, it got crazy crowded. Lots of big groups. The cooks are awesome and really do a great job keeping everything moving. Hats off to those guys!!
It was a Saturday evening so we expected it to be busy but after 5:30 it was absolutely slammed and the line took at least 30 minutes (from start to getting your food from the cooks). Just too long in my opinion. The food was okay, service was not very attentive and the cooks were pretty rude at times to multiple people in my party (including myself) at different times as well. We each got food twice because the wait was just too long and for the price, it just isn’t a place I’d recommend.
Amazing food and service ,little chaotic at times but all part of the fun .door staff friendly and helpful, cooking staff fun and hard working..definitely recommend
They have a waiting list that extends to a 45 mins wait at 8:30 pm, yet, there’s a number of tables open. Not sure how management operates, but they ought to re - visit their wait list procedure. Especially, with the poor customer service in the front. LOS (loss of sales) is bound to occur as the years succeed.
It's a Mongolian BBQ-style restaurant. You fill a bowl with whatever veggies, meat, etc that you want and give it to the guys at the grill. Just make sure to not put the sauce in with your stuff. It goes in a little container and gets out in at the end. Good food but depending on the time, there may be a line to get your food
Great food, stellar service. Good for a solo adventure, but a great alternative to a hibachi date. And right near Disneyland!
Unique experience. Fun to try once. For the price, I prefer Korean BBQ or Shabu Shabu.