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Wednesday, February 18, 1998

B.D.'s Mongolian Barbeque

Posted on Wed, Feb 18, 1998 at 12:00 AM

This place gives new meaning to the term "open kitchen." In the center of the dining room is a massive grill, staffed by "Natural Born Grillers," whipping up an endless array of meat, vegetables and spices. Don't complain about the food, or the size of the portion. Not because the chef is wielding a large oak stick, but because you are responsible for choosing raw meat and accompaniments from the buffet. If you're unsure of good combos, the staff has some suggestions. Very high energy on the weekends. I'm no history major, but with all-you-can-eat dining and a full bar, it seems Khan and the boys knew how to feast.

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