Genghis Grill is a Mongolian stir fry restaurant located at 3709 Troup Highway. This restaurant is very unique, with a Mongolian stir fry theme it makes an equally unique impression with the method of service and selection. Genghis Grill operates by allowing the customers full, hands on control of their meal through the make it yourself approach the possibly intimidating unfamiliarity with such a foreign dish is quelled with an inventive approach to ordering.
If you like Genghis Grill also try Julian’s Asian Diner
While the ability to simply choose your dish and leave the decision making to the menu hasn’t gone anywhere the option to build your bowl of stir fry as you go is just as simple but with plenty of people to help if needed. The ingredients are all laid out with almost every vegetable imaginable as well as tofu and assortments of meat the customer fills their own bowl to the brim with any ratio of food their heart might desire.
There are cards with the optional Genghis bowls on them that you could even use as a guide if you don’t know where to begin. After piling on your food add one of the many sauces available to define your stir fry concoction and bring it to the cooks. The atmosphere at Genghis Grill is an exciting one, with the cooks using a traditional form of Mongolian fry cooking several people work on a large round metal surface while they rapidly fry up your meal in a flurry of chops and flips they cook each bowl evenly and quickly with another bowl being fried on each side.
While the cooking is in progress keep your eye out, the occasional fire ball is known to be thrown from the vast round skillet searing the stir fry perfectly with Mongolian technique. When the cooking is finished and the orders are sautéd the traditional Mongolian gong is rung alerting customers as Genghis would have alerted his soldiers to the meal that awaits them. Genghis Grill has a unique and liberating concept that gives the customer a hands on approach to their food. Genghis Grill is not only a grill but as with most restaurants in Tyler a bar as well and that means not only can you eat food like a Mongolian soldier but you can drink like a Mongolian soldier as well.
There’s no experience quite like it in Tyler, with an original concept and an original style of food for East Texas it might be many peoples new favorite. Speaking of originality Genghis Grill goes even farther in its different advantages by sponsoring a health quest as a testament to the value of their healthy food. Eating from Genghis Grills health menu for ninety days has helped Brandon Sanders lose sixty pounds and become this years winner in Genghis Grills health challenge. So if stir fry is your thing than Genghis Grill is the place for you.