We've been coming here for 18 years or so, and after a brief rough patch here and there over that time, Mongolian Village Grill is on top of its game again. Your meal is largely as good as you make it, as it's a buffet of fresh raw ingerdients and sauces that you combine. You pay by weight, but we usually get enough for leftovers. Not a cheap place to eat, but worth it once you know what you like. Meat and noodles are heavy, veggies are light, so you decide what you want with that in mind regarding the price.
Great food and great service! You grab a bunch of fresh, raw ingredients, they weigh your food and you pay by weight. It's then stir fried to perfection and served. Free soup and rice included with the meal. They also have all you can eat prices during lunch as well as special options for Mongolian Village Club members that you receive by email.
The food is excellent quality. The major problem was every time we brought a bowl to be cooked, the chef negotiated with us (it was more like an interrogation). Mongolian Village needs to simplify its menu with all you can eat ONLY like the big Mongolian grills in Toronto. Dont weigh your customers food or give them complex rules to get discounts. Everyone pay $19.95 for all you can eat, make it easy and more people will come.
Figuring out how things work at the restaurant was a bit confusing. The food was alright. Didn't have much problem with the wait staff. It was a bit daunting making your own but the flavor was acceptable. There are tastier food options in the area.
I've been here many times but every time I go I promise that I won't return and this time is for good I don't like this place especially due to the way they structure their meals. The let you choose the items and that invariably leads to a poor meal that costs almost $20. There are good choices for that price.
I experienced Mongolian Village for the first time and love the options of meat, seafood, veg, noodle and sauce. If you are a fan of Hot and Sour soup, I suggest getting a bowl. I had 3. Plus my plate and I shared dessert. Can't go wrong here.