Eat All You Can at Genghis Mongolian Grill! This is one delicious reason why you should check out this restaurant in Angeles City, Pampanga. Now, if you are allergic to ‘eat all you can’ for whatever reason – weight watching or mahina ka kumain or something else – don’t worry you can always go for the single bowl or try their ala cart dishes.
If you are not familiar with restaurants serving mongolian bowls – now is the time to try it! Treat your taste buds to something new! When you are at the food counter with your bowl – all you have to do is add the ingredients and condiments you like best among the array of choices. It’s a good rule of thumb to include noodles, meat, spices, sauces, and, veggies. Nahhh ignore what I just said, you don’t have to follow any rule at all, pick what you what and pile it up high on your bowl. Then hand this to the chef, and wait 10 minutes or so, and you’ll have a steaming hot bowl of Mongolian feast.
Choices and more choices! 🙂
But if the array of choices and decisions you have to make to create a to-die-for Mongolian bowl scares you – what should I put in my Mongolian bowl? what meat works well with what sauce?, can I add this spice on top of that spice?, is this chili enough? Is hofan noodles perfect match for mushrooms and pineapple?, can I mix ginger with seychuan sauce?, etc. – there is an easy way when you dine in Genghis Mongolian Grill. Just approach this restaurant’s friendly chefs to recommend you a personalize combination.
This husband and wife tandem are the chefs behind Genghis Mongolian Grill.
Thank you Chefs Ryan and Diane and your staff! Delicious, delicious food!!!
My Mongolian Bowl
My bowl was fire on fire hahhaha. I’ve dumped lots of chili on my mix of cabbage, mongo sprouts or togue, chicken, pork and squid meat, hofan noodles, fish ball, etc. plus I requested Chef Ryan to pour in a good serving of their special chili sauce and a bit of sesame oil. They’ve got their own homemade sauces by the way. My bowl was so goooood! I ravaged and emptied my bowl in between dabbing tissues on my forehead and face, for it was so hot. One of the hottest Mongolian bowls I’ve ever had and I loved it! Haha.
What sets Genghis Mongolian Grill apart from the usual Mongolian restaurants is that this Angeles City restaurant also serves several popular Asian dishes. Singaporean cereal prawn, Korean beef stew, Malaysian char kway teow, Japanese chicken teriyaki, and more dishes are available to satisfy your craving for good food. They also offer kiddie meals for your little ones. Awesome!
Need more reasons to dine in Genghis Mongolian Grill? These here and more… 🙂 Sarap!
Char Sui Pork Belly in homemade buns P145 – the pork slices are so tender and surprisingly decadent, it just melts in your mouth. This is a MUST! No wonder this is one of their bestsellers. Try it!
Cereal Prawns P465 – The choicest and freshest prawns, breaded and coated in cereal crumble. The taste brings you back to Singapore, it really does!
Genghis Chops P395 for 2 pieces and P295 for 1 piece – A generously cut pork chop marinated for 48 hours, and grilled just right. Now, don’t forget your rice. *wink 😉
Korean Beef Stew P325 – Stewed beef short ribs with carrots and water chestnuts. If you crave Korean food, try this one.
Honey Cashew Fish Fillet Php295 – Expertly fried fish fingers in honey dressing and topped with cashew. If you shun red meat, this tasty dish is for you.
Char Kway Teow P265 – Hofan noodles stir fried with prawns, chinese chorizo, egg, and fish cakes. A Southeast Asian signature dish right there in Angeles City. Yum!
Khan’s Conquest P195 – This dessert is the bomb! It’s mango and banana on homemade roti , drizzled with Genghis’ special caramel sauce and topped with ice cream and candied cashew.
*Mongolian Bowl Eat All You Can is P300, while single bowl is P225.
We had a great dining experience at Genghis Mongolian Grill in Angeles City. Their food is superb! Visit them, bring your friends and family too for that delightful Mongolian and Asian food experience!
Restaurant Address: 25-1 Sarita St, Diamond Subdivision, Balibago, Angeles City in Pampanga
Contact Number: 0917-8485956 for reservations, party inquiries or pick-up orders
Operating Hours: 3 PM to 11 PM, Tuesday to Sunday. (They are close on Mondays.)
**Check this link for more choices on Where To Eat in Angeles City.
*Our visit to this resto is part of the Angeles City Total Tourist Experience tour organized by the Angeles City Tourism Office. The men and women of ACTO can help you out in planning your Angeles tour itinerary and in recommending restaurants to try in Angeles City. Contact them at Globe # (+63) 917 749 9119 or (+63) 977 377 1585. Smart/Sun # (+63) 923 474 3302.
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