BD’s Mongolian Grill is the original create-your-stir-fry restaurant, serving up a unique, fun and interactive Asian-fusion experience, established in 1992. Guests are invited to create their perfect bowl from a variety of hand-chopped vegetables, premium proteins, sauces, spices and more. Guests can also let the Chefs do all the work, and order Chef-curated stir-fry bowls, featuring elevated flavors and premium ingredients delivered straight to the table. Combine that with delicious starters and delectable desserts, a craft cocktail from our full bar and top-notch service, and you’ve got the unique BD’s experience that’s sure to Create A Stir!
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For more than 30 years, BD’s Mongolian Grill has allowed its customers to customize their own Asian-inspired stir-fry creations in a setting in which chefs go to work at large stainless-steel workstations for all to see. While that remains the case at the eatery, BD’s has introduced new fresh culinary options in which dishes are elevated, providing a different twist on the dining experience for its clientele.
BD’s has recently rolled out the new menuitems and has also gone through an aesthetic rebranding that makes for anup-to-date dining experience for what has come to be known as a reliable casualdining favorite.
The menu changes allow those who want tocontinue to create their own stir fry dishes happy but also caters to those whoare looking for a more upscale option. Chefs at BD's have created morecontemporary-style salads and bowls with scratch-made sauces meant to draw in anew group of customers who may be new to the brand.
“People today are a little savvier when it comes to ingredients and what they’re looking for in a meal,” said Lori Cominsky, Vice President of Operations and Training. “So BD's is certainly a family experience where people come and celebrate together and we want to keep that part of us, but we also wanted to offer something to people who aren’t necessarily looking to build their own stir-fry or several bowls of food.”
She added: “We kind of wanted to be more to more people.”