2023, Prices may vary by location and are updated frequently.
Below are the latest Mongolian BBQ menu prices.
|The Shareable Trio||$11.06|
|Jalapeno Mozzarella Sticks||$6.94|
|Veggie Fried Rice||$5.04|
|BD's Famous Fried Rice Side||$6.30|
|Chicken Fried Rice||$6.04|
|Shrimp Fried Rice||$7.04|
|BACON Fried Rice||$7.04|
STARTERS AND SIDES
|BD's Famous Fried Rice||$7.60|
|BD's Signature Sampler||$17.47|
|General Tso Brussels Sprouts||$8.93|
RAMEN AND SALAD
|Asian Chopped Chicken Salad||$16.79|
Signature Stir Fry
|BD's Original Signature Stir Fry||$11.95|
|Create Your Own Stir Fry||$15.08|
|Beijing BBQ Bowl||$14.99|
|NEW Spicy Roasted Garlic Bowl||$14.99|
|Lettuce Eat Vegetarian Bowl||$15.15|
|Asian Seafood Bowl||$15.02|
|Buffalo Chicken Bowl||$14.95|
|Sweet and Sour Bowl||$16.06|
|Kung Pow Wow Bowl||$15.15|
|Mongolian Barbecue Bowl||$15.15|
|Creamy Pasta Bowl||$14.97|
|NEW Rosemary Roasted Garlic Bowl||$14.99|
Signature Stir-Fry Bowls
|Shanghai Drunken Noodles||$17.99|
|Kyoto Teriyaki Steak||$19.23|
|Thai Basil Chicken||$18.87|
|Hong Kong Chicken||$17.88|
|Buddha's Garden Bowl||$17.44|
|Tokyo Metro Noodles||$19.09|
|Spicy Gochujang Shrimp||$19.38|
BD'S ASIAN CLASSICS
Our chef has created 10 favorite recipes, easy to order! Just pick your protein and we’ll do the rest.
|Create Your Own Bowl||$21.44|
|BD's Supreme Fried Rice||$17.07|
|Side of Bd's Yum Yum Sauce||$0.50|
|Six Extra Tortilla Shells||$1.00|
|Six Extra Lettuce Wraps||$1.00|
|Side of Sauce||$0.50|
|Mountain Dew Kickstart||$3.50|
|Tropicana Fruit Punch||$2.83|
|Diet Mountain Dew||$2.83|
|Mug Root Beer||$2.82|
|Mountain Dew Game Fuel||$3.50|
|Bubly Sparkling Water||$2.50|
|Tuxedo Mousse Cheesecake from the Dream Factory||$7.50|
|Apple Pie Egg Rolls||$7.27|
|Apple Pie Rolls||$8.12|
|Vanilla Bean Cheesecake||$7.26|
|Vanilla Bean Cheesecake from the Dream Factory||$7.50|
|Chocolate Layer Cake||$8.79|
|Granny Smith Apple Pie||$8.33|
About Mongolian BBQ
Diners willingly pay for the Mongolian BBQ prices because each meal is certainly healthier than fast-food meals, largely thanks to the vegetables, seafood, and brown rice choices. Mongolian barbecue obviously refers to the stir-fried dishes wherein neat and vegetables are cooked on large iron griddles at high temperatures.
In 1992, Billy “BD” Downs opened the first BD’s Mongolian Grill. Since then, he has opened several locations in 11 states in the United States mostly in the northern Midwest as well as in two other countries including Mongolia. As of February 2015, the chain operated 28 locations.
What It’s Famous For
BD’s Mongolian Grill, an American restaurant chain, specializes in stir-fry meals prepared by patrons and cooked by its chefs, known as grillers. The grillers use 3-foot metal sword-like tools to cook the diners’ chosen ingredients on an 8-foot gas flat-top grill with temperatures reaching 300°C.
Why Eat Here
Every BD’s Mongolian Grill is a must-visit place for one of the best Mongolian barbecue experiences, especially when you want to compare several restaurants in the niche. You have thousands of possible combinations, thanks to the wide selection of vegetables, seafood from fish to shrimp, meats from chicken to pork and beef, and rice varieties, as well as herbs, seasonings, and spices. You can either experiment with new tastes, flavors, and textures or stick to classic favorites, as recommended by your family and friends.
You also have the option of getting the unlimited bowls at an extra cost, which is well worth the price considering that you can bring home the remainders in a to-go box. On your table, you have the choice of either a brown rice or a white rice for your stir-fry dish; for a healthier dish, choose the brown rice although the calorie, fats, and sodium levels of your dish will also depend on the type and amount of the other ingredients.
Be sure to check the ingredients on your stir-fry as you may add allergens, such as peanuts into your bowl. You should also go easy on the seasonings and spices although the grillers and servers will usually provide helpful hints about the ingredients.
You will be delighted to know that the servers are friendly, courteous, and efficient – keeping your glasses filled with water, replenishing your rice supply, and asking about your requests for other ingredients, among others. You can even order from the bar for refreshing drinks without getting up from your chair and leaving the delicious bowl of stir-fried goodness.
To learn more about Mongolian BBQ or to find a location near you, visit their website at www.gomongo.com.
Mongolian BBQ’s FAQ
The Shareable Trio – $10.60
How much is a Edamame at Mongolian BBQ?
Edamame – $5.49
How much are Chicken Fingers at Mongolian BBQ?
Chicken Fingers – $6.58
How much does a Mongolian BBQ's Jalapeno Mozzarella Sticks Cost?
Jalapeno Mozzarella Sticks – $7.07