1111 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, CA | Directions 9505037.354146 -121.948866
fogetaboutit babylovin' bubblehead – It's an all-you-can-eat Mongolian Buffet. The food is both good and plentiful.
You don't pay for the food, you pay for the seats (The place is filled everytime I go there.).
Surely, the loving company of your beautiful baby while you eat is worth an extra $7..if not, I would recommend McDonald's.
ps: this is not a bash on babies, just the people who don't realize their precious value
Charges for 11 month baby who doesn't eat – Don't go there if you have kids. I was so mad that I signed up at citysearch specially for writing this review and there was an earlier review with the same horrible experience.
I should have looked at citysearch before even thinking of going to this resturant. Damn Man... who ask for money for 11 month baby... don't this guy have conscience... I am simply amazed at this guys ethics...very rudest horrible...:(
Please for God Sake... Choose any other resturant but this if you love babies.
WORST RESTURANT OWNER (MONEY IS THE ONLY THING ON HIS MIND). DO NOT EAT HERE IF YOU HAVE KIDS – Who would charge for a 16 month old kid who doesn't eat outside food at all. Only a Devilish money sharker would. We had to call the police when this person pushed me and my wife because I objected to the $3.99 charge he put for my 16 month old kid who didn't eat anything at his resturant. DO NOT GO TO SU's MONGOLIAN BBQ if you have kids.
GREAT Mongolian Grill – I have been going here for years, and it is my favorite restaurant! True I have simple tastes, but the food here is delicious in it's simplicity. Service with a smile too.
They have added a few things to the bar, such as tofu, mushrooms, jalapenos, cilantro, celery, in addition to the broccoli, two kinds of onions, carrots, cabbage, bean sprouts, noodles, and "paper thin" meats (which I do not take advantage of because I'm vegetarian). They have a wide array of different sauces, as well as ginger, garlic, and pineapple to add on before you get your food grilled.
The steam table is also full of yummy delights, especially the egg rolls and sesame seed "doughboys."
Service is friendly, VERY efficient, and always with a smile. You are never hurting for water here; they ALWAYS refill quickly. So pile on the hot sauce and enjoy!
Su's is good for a hole-in-the-wall Mongolian BBQ – Compared to the Mtn. View, this place has a TON of sauces - so many I get stuck in line. They have nice sides too and some sweet sesame balls that always run out. Service is minimal ('natch) and the neurotic art and Costco folding chairs kinda detract from the experience. Don't use the bathroom! Park on the street! (If you want potpourri in your bathroom and want to impress, go to El Camino Mongolian down a mile or two).
Tasty Grease-fest – This place is great. Its buffet so don't go here unless you are ready to have a feast. If it doesn't taste good you only have yourself to blame.
cheap food but you get what you pay for! – The food taste ok but the choices of veggies was kind of limited (carrots, cabbage, sprouts, onions, brocolli). They didn't have any rice noodles only lomein.
Hole in the wall keeper – All you can eat. It cost my boyfriend and I $24.something the last time we went. It's a buffet. They offer reg white rice, stir fry rice, eggrolls, meat balls in a type of soy bbq suase, flat bread- (that taste great with the spicy mustard they leave at every table), sweat and sour pork w/ pinapple chunks in it, and some other goodies that they mix up. The for your stir fry they leave out- noodles, broc., cabbage, cilantro, two kinds of onion, beef, pork, lamb, and chicken (thinly scliced for maximum absorbency).
Then you make your own sause. I like things sweat, meaty, and a hit a spice- My boyfriend likes things super spicy. For mixing incredients they have vineger, cooking wine, sweet and sour sause, soy, chili sause, chili oil, oyster sause, garlic, ginger, bbq oil, pinapple...
all this for about $10 PER PERSON.
All you can eat that is worth it – You make your own dish so in a way it's hard to give it a poor rating for food. There is definitely a learning curve, but once you get a good combination of ingredients and sauces the food is fantastic. The quality of the meats is not first rate, but the restaurant never pretends to be a gourmet restaurant. That said, the meats had little fat on it and was tender. The vegetables I used tasted fresh, and the food was cooked to me liking.
I would not recommend much of the food that is pre prepared as the real draw is the barbeque.
Service is neither bad nor good, but just what you'd expect from a place that caters to self service. When approached the waitress was receptive and polite.
Friends and I stop by with relative frequency for lunch. Yummy.
Mongolians should stick to pillaging – Let's face it, throwing all your food onto a hot plate and splashing watered down sauce on it is not very tempting. But hey, it's cheap so what the hell. Eat up..there's plenty of that paper thin beef to go around.
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