BD’s Mongollian Grill

IMG_20140307_125922_511A Mongolian Grill is an interactive experience similar to a salad bar. BD’s Mongolian grill advertises gluten free options. After arriving at the meat bar you can scoop and fill your bowl with an assortment of sliced seafood, beef, pork, poultry or soy. Mixing and choosing to your hearts content and allowing your imagination to guide you. Next is a trip to the produce bar.IMG_20140307_131944_189 You can add a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables. It is up to you, bright red tomatoes, crispy sliced green bell pepper, sweet pineapple and my personal favorite fresh baby spinach. There is so much to choose from it is to numerous to list. Then it is off to the sauce bar where you can mix and match from a limited selection of gluten free options Or bring your own to be on the safe side. IMG_20140307_125939_420 If you are confident, it is off to the round grill heated to 600 degrees. You can ask the grill master to clean the grill, separate the grill, and use fresh utensils to prepare your meal. To be on the safer side you can ask that your meal be prepared in a separate area in the kitchen rather than on the grill. Because a Mongolian grill is similar to a salad bar this is one area that I suggest using Extreme caution. As always call ahead to talk with the manager, check with your doctor, and then again with wait staff once you arrive. However! Warning! I totally avoid those meat, produce and sauce that are within reaching distance of anything that might have gluten in them. Talking with wait staff is extremely important particularly where others may come in contact with what you put on your plate. Arriving early might also be well worth considering. This way there is less chance of cross contamination. Be certain that you are confident that your gluten free concerns have been addressed. If so, a Mongolian Grill can be an interesting experience and restaurant adventure.


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Living and exploring a Gluten Free community while developing a handy resource guide to make dining out a little easier for all of us.
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