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This Genghis Khan has been around more than 20 years, a bit of history in a city that excised most of it when voters decided to call themselves Lake Forest instead of keeping the El Toro name. The pocket bread bests all its competitors: larger than a man's outstretched hand, toasty thanks to a sprinkling of sesame seeds but as buttery as pie crust. Slice one open, stuff in meat, and you have an impromptu sandwich. And unlike most of its competitors, Genghis Khan also offers a full Chinese menu.
The Same, Only More SoOut of all the cuisines cooked in Orange County restaurants, the easiest to review is also, paradoxically, the hardest: Mongolian barbecue. You visit one—for the purposes of this write-up, Genghis Khan Mongolian Barbecue... More »
This is my favorite place to eat. It's not too pricey, even if you get the all-you-can-eat (about $11). Its been family owned since the 70's. All their items at the buffett are fresh and the cook is a friendly man who has been there since I started going sometime in the 90's. It's in the back of a little shopping center and on a crowded street but well worth the trouble of getting there. There are two other Gehngis Khan Mongolian BBQ locations, but this one is the best in my opinion.
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