Mongolian Bbq

Now Open: A New Restaurant by Stacks Pancake House, Mongolian BBQ, And MORE!

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • February 13, 2017

another restaurant in Cypress. 103 E. 17th Street, Suite 3, Costa Mesa, CA 92627 A Mongolian BBQ restaurant called Howl Wok Mongolian BBQ has opened in Garden Grove. It currently offers a $7.99 lunch special and a grand opening discount of 10% off the all

Now Open: Lasher’s Return To Long Beach; A Restaurant That Serves Kimchi Pho; AND MORE!

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • May 15, 2017

kabobs. 6846 Edinger Ave, Huntington Beach, CA 92647 BB Mongolian BBQ, which just opened in Cypress, offers Mongolian BBQ for as little as $9.99 but also Korean ramen and bibimbap topped with teppan chicken, bulgogi beef, spicy pork, or grilled tofu. 5959

Ray Lasher of Lasher’s, which closed five years ago in Long Beach, has now opened a new restaurant called Lasher’s Kitchen. The new menu includes offerings of Southern-fried oysters with Cajun BBQ sauce and fried green tomatoes with andouille. 5295

Now Open: More Restaurants at The Source and More Poke!

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • March 14, 2017

Mongolian BBQ; and In-Sit Coffee. 6960 Beach Blvd., Buena Park, CA 90621 Manila Kusina has moved from Lake Forest to Mission Viejo. It remains a turo turo operation, but also does an all-day silog breakfast. 25571 Jeronimo Rd., Mission Viejo, CA 92691 The

Now Open: Burritos La Palma in Santa Ana and MORE!

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • March 7, 2017

and dinner, respectively. The restaurant features sushi, Mongolian BBQ and Chinese food. 2321 S Bristol St., Santa Ana, CA 92704 A new restaurant called Ding’s Garden has taken over what was formerly Pig Haus, which was itself formerly MJ’s Cafe in

Irvine to Get A New Korean BBQ

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • April 26, 2012

restaurant. Not just a restaurant but a Korean BBQ. It's not that Irvine isn't lacking in Korean BBQs, but for Culver Plaza, which will soon also have a Mongolian hot pot joint when Little Sheep opens, a Korean BBQ will make a nice bookend, not to mention act

For quite a while I knew that a new business called “All That BBQ” was going to open at Culver Plaza in Irvine, but I had no idea if it was a restaurant or perhaps a BBQ equipment supplier like BBQ's Galore. ] Well as it turns out, it is, indeed, a

Yoshinoya Opens Asiana Grill Concept in Fullerton

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • May 31, 2012

been, but the release says it all, but it does sounds a bit like Mongolian BBQ, if you ask me. ] The company describes it this way: Depending on the protein choice selected by the customer, dishes are prepared fast and fresh before their eyes, either

FiRE + iCE Opens in Anaheim GardenWalk

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • August 5, 2009

This may sound weird (or not), but as far as I can remember, I've only had Mongolian BBQ exactly twice in my life.  Once was at a hole-in-the-wall in Newport Beach/Costa Mesa, which I already forget the name of.  The second time was in Cambridge, MA

remember much about.  In truth, I think I recall it being no different than our local Mongolian joint, except a little pricier.  But when I heard that an outlet of FiRE + iCE opened this past weekend at the Anaheim Garden Walk, it triggered a rush of

Where to Get Chinese Food on Christmas Day in L.A.

Merle Ginsberg • Los Angeles Magazine • December 20, 2019

Park; (626) 872-0388.  Los Feliz standby Chi Dynasty is all booked up for Christmas Day, but you still may be able to snag a table—and some of their yummy Beijing duck, Mongolian beef, and Chardonnay shrimp—on a first come, first served basis. They’re

feel with lots of red lanterns hanging from the ceiling. They’re already booking up, so time is of the essence. 740 N. Fairfax Ave., Fairfax; (323) 653-0640. Hop Woo BBQ & Seafood has a menu as long as Ulysses and portions that last you two more meals

Now Open: New Thai in Laguna; New Malaysian in Anaheim; and MORE!

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • October 31, 2016

USA is opening this week in Anaheim at the 99 Ranch-anchored plaza on Crescent and Euclid. It will feature Malaysian cuisine, specializing in char siu fan (BBQ pork served with fragrant rice) & bak kut the (herbal pork soup with rice or noodles

other restaurants, this outlet will feature a number of vegetarian-friendly dishes such as cauliflower Manchurian and paneer dishes, but also halal meat dishes such as Szechwan lamb and Mongolian beef.

Ten Great All-You-Can-Eat Restaurants in OC

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • November 21, 2013

If you want to eat all you can at an all-you-can-eat in Orange County, there will be a lot of Indian, a lot of sushi, and a lot of Korean BBQs. This list has more than a few of each. But there are non-Indian, non-KBBQ, non-sushi options, too…just

. All That Barbecue It may charge just $20 like other new age KBBQ like Gen in Tustin but All That BBQ has a quirkiness all its own. It names its dishes with pun-filled phrases like “Don't Rib Me Off.” And it pre-cooks some of its proteins even before