~Photos and Review by Gary Weinheimer~
Today I had the pleasure of dining with Mister Dana Nollsch (a.k.a Tony Vincenzo). Thank you for hanging out with me Tony; I had a great time as always.
~Video by Dana Nollsch~
In theater, they say that an actor needs to know their audience and think that holds just as true for business. Genghis Khan’s is an Asian style buffet with a variable smorgasbord of choices and they seem to know exactly who they are feeding. The food was filling and flavorful and above all fast. Dana and I met at my usual 1 PM time slot and made our way inside where I found the place bursting with a sea of yellow and orange safety vests belonging to the local road construction workers who were taking a late break for lunch. Lunch is around 10 dollars with a beverage and while this is not a 5-star dining establishment it did fill an empty place in my belly and the Mongolian Grill portion of the buffet was quite good considering I picked the ingredients myself. I would say that it was worth what I spent and for that, I can’t complain.
The dining room was kept clean by diligent staff members and the people were in constant flux as lunch periods came and went. I also noticed that you are more than welcome to come in and prepare a to-go box from the items on the buffet. The sushi was good for the sort of business this is, and I noticed that they had more options than other Asian buffets I have been to.
There was plenty of parking and they had two Handicap spots right in front.
If you’re looking for a fast place to have lunch with good food at affordable prices I would recommend this over fast food any day. I give it 1 thumb up and definitely a full belly.
On a quick side note: If you guys wind up sending me to a buffet I will try to sample a little of everything but if you want me to try something specific please be sure to let me know.