I've read a lot of bad reviews about the one in Durham but I ate there for the first time about 2 weeks ago and it was excellent.
Sweet and sour sauce on beef onions cabbage and mushrooms m
If you are coming from Raleigh Bali Hai: Wait to be seated, if they ask for menu it is all the old sauce types/add ons, get your tickets, go get/fill your bowls, at dinner go back and sit down, pay.
Stack em up!
I love Mongolian grills but this is the first place I've ever been that wasn't set up as "All-You-Can-Eat."
Skip the 'turkey' unless you like bologna. Raleigh Bali Hai turkey is better. :-/
Super delicious! Friendly waitress! Next time I will try the lamb combination 7 with curry.
Learn the art of piling your bowl to ensure maximum food :)
All the high chair straps are broken
1 bowl + Combination 8 + pasta = YUMMMM!!!
Pro tip: line outer ridges of your bowl with beef first in order to enlarge the circumference and get your money's worth of all you can eat meat.
The noodle add on is a must - makes the meal larger and tastes awesome.
Add curry to your sauce for free. I like combination + curry. I also like to use the eggplant or frozen chicken around the edges of my bowl to make the base of my construction project slightly wider ;
Bali Hai is a unique lunch experience in Durham. You pick fresh vegetables and froze meats from a buffet line (one or two bowls), specify your seasoning, and the chefs grill your fresh food on a hot,
한국인께서 운영하는 몽골리안 음식점, 매운게 생각날때 들르면 좋을 듯, 가격대비 성능이 좋아서 주변 학교 학생들과 교직원들이 자주 온다고 함.