Empire Fire Mongolian Grill
Dine In or Take Out
- Hours and contact information:
- Monday - Thursday:
- 11am - 10pm
- Friday - Saturday: 11am - 10:30pm
- Sunday: 11:30am - 9:30pm
- Telephone: (919) 751-8889
- Fax: (919) 751-8816
Great prices every day:
|Day of week||Price|
|Monday - Saturday|
|Sunday:||(all day) $9.95|
|Lunch:||$5.15 / lb|
|Dinners & Sunday:||$6.15 / lb|
|Bread:||$0.15 / pc|
|Soup:||$1.15 / pt|
|$2.15 / qt|
For Chidren Under 12
Buffet includes: Appetizer Bar, Salad Bar and Dessert Bar
Steps to Mongolian Grill
- Take a bowl and select your favorite vegetables, meats and seafood from the Mongolian bar.
- Choose your favorite sauce ingredients or ask the griller to make a traditional one for you.
- Watch as your meal is cooked in 2 minutes on a giant, round grill.
- Return to your table and enjoy your piping hot, custom creation that is truly your own.
- Go back and mix a different combination — unlimited offers on the Mongolian bar.
Sorry, No Sharing, No Doggie Bags.
- Bean Sprout
- Red Cabbage
- Zucchini Squash
- Napa and more
- Lamb (Dinner)
- and more
- Italian Spaghetti
- Sesame Bread
- Crab Meat (imitation)
- Scallop (Dinner)
- Squid (Dinner)
- and more
- Wonton soup
- Hot & sour soup
- Egg drop soup
Mongolian sauce, Oyster sauce, Ginger sauce, Chili sauce, Garlic water, Sugar water, Lemon water, Oil and Wine (Suggestion: take each scoop of all sauces, and you can get more than one scoop according to your preference).
What’s good for everybody today? What's fresh and healthy? How can you treat your friends and family to a new dining experience?
Go to Empire Fire Mongolian Grill for a unique way to eat out and eat healthy. You can pick a variety of meats, seafood and vegetables from the cold bar, choose your favorite sauce, and then enjoy watching the chef use the giant chopsticks to cook your customized meal.
Remember: It is good for everyone, whether you are a vegetarian, a meat lover or on a low carb diet...for you are the one who creates your own meal.
Mongolian Grill was originally from ancient Mongolia. According to legend, when the mighty Ghengis Khan was expanding his empire, after a long day of battle, he and his warriors set up a tent, made a campfire, and then sat around the campfire to prepare for their dinner. Short of cooking utensils, the warriors would use their fighting tools like the swords to thinly slice the meat, then grill the meat upon the warriors’ upturned shields over the campfire.
Until the 13th century, Mongolian Grill was introduced into Central Plains. The Chinese People made an innovation to add on some fresh vegetables, spices and sauces to make Mongolian Grill more attractive.