Menu choices here are 1 bowl and all-you-can-eat. The bowls are a decent size and you can get a lot into them, so unless you are really hungry you probably don't need that option. The meal also comes with a small cup of soup and a bowl of rice. They also have appetizers available which we didn't try.
A couple of things that were not up to par with any other Mongolian places I have been (up- or down- scale):
1) The meat selection is 3 choices and tofu, which is the smallest I have ever come across east, west, north or south. While not a heavy-duty carnivore, more choices would have been appreciated.
2) The grill was not cleaned well, in that the well beneath the grill was full, and I mean full, of scrapings and the cook did not clean the grill when there was a pause in cooking - I have never been in a place where the grill wasn't scraped with water frequently to keep a clean surface, so that there was food residue all over the cooking surface and then, where the food was scraped to, below, was seriously unappealing and, again, I have never seen that before.
3) I think the grill was too hot as the food appeared to stick quite quickly and the cook used quite a bit of water, I saw my noodles burning pretty quickly and, given the speed of the cook, moving from bowl to bowl, a little less heat would give him a bit more time to make the rounds.
On the plus side, several different types of noodles and an okay selection of veggies. On the unexpected side, people left their bowl at the counter with a sticky note with their name on it and went back to their table, which was a new one to me (and which is why I was there to observe the over-hot grill).
I would consider this place for lunch as I do like Mongolian Grills (hence having been to quite a few in Canada and the US) - but I would probably let them bring my bowl to the table as the condition of the grill was not appealing. And I would add extra sauce to the 5 scoopfuls I used, as the sauce boiled off pretty quickly.