Folsom Mongolian Grill located in Folsom California in the Dollar Tree shopping center is a great place to go to eat. The Folsom Mongolian Grill is a very popular place to go for lunch. If possible I would go before or after the lunch crowd so it will not be so crowded when you go. If you go for lunch then the Folsom Mongolian Grill is cheaper if you only get one bowl, but if you get the all you can eat special then it will be more, at dinner the cost of the meal is more at $7 but it is all you can eat during dinner. The one thing is you likely will not need to go back for seconds as long as you make sure to get as much as you can your first time.
All this talk of bowls might have you wondering what kind of bowls are these, and what kind of food do they serve at the Folsom Mongolian Grill? They serve Mongolian Barbecue at Folsom Mongolian Grill. It is not only good to eat but it is a little bit of a show too as you watch the chefs prepare your food on a large grill. You start by going in line and picking up a bowl. You then put your meats in, next you put in your choice of noodles, the bigger noodles cool off sooner so I like to use them. Then you put a variety of vegetables. You can even request calamari but it is something that you must request as it is special for regular patrons kind of like the In-n-Out secret menu. You then put various sauces, they even include a chart which you might want to follow because to much of a spicy sauce may be to much or to much of any sauce may drench your food, but to little will make it hard to cook your food and it will be very bland. You can then add in pineapple which is one of the best parts of the grill. Finally you give your bowl to the chef who will prepare it on a Mongolian grill which is a large circular grill.
With my friends when we go in most of us make it a point of pride to get as much in a bowl as we can, if we do really good the chef will put everything in two bowls instead of one this is about as good as you can get. When the food is heated on the grill it becomes smaller and you lose some of the food while it is being grilled as well so even though you had an overflowing bowl it may not be by the time the chef is done. One good way to improve the amount of food you get in a bowl is to use the meat to build up your bowl along the sides making an extra big bowl. I have never fully tested out how big of a bowl I can make this way because to be honest even one very big bowl is pretty filling and I have rarely made it through two bowls anyway.
For many people the biggest challenge can be eating a whole bowl. Besides the bowl you also get an egg roll and a small Mongolian egg soup which at first I was hesitant to try but once I did I enjoyed it. You also get a bowl of white rice you can add into your bowl. Finally for desert they have soft serve with toppings. I always make sure to save room for one serving at least of the soft serve.
Folsom Mongolian Grill is a great place to eat that is reasonably priced, gives you lots of good food, and is entertaining. I would highly recommend Folsom Mongolian Grill. I must give one caveat though I have since become sick every time I eat at Folsom Mongolian Grill I had tried eating less, using no spicy sauce, all kinds of things. I assume that they use MSG in their food and I am allergic to it, I even had a friend who asked about if the food had MSG and he said they told him it did but then again it is possible they did not understand his Ukrainian accent or he did not understand their Mongolian accent so it might not be true but with my own experience I think so. As long as you have no MSG allergy though go, even if you might be allergic to MSG go try a little and see how you fill.