• Genghis Grill

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  • White Veg-options
Fast food

Serves meat, vegan options available. Fast-casual restaurant chain founded 1998 in Dallas and has since expanded into multiple cities. Offers build-your-own bowl, Mongolian bbq stir fry concept. Pick the ingredients and sauces you'd like such as tofu, peanuts, select vegetables, noodles etc.. Give your bowl of ingredients to the cook who'll then stir fry your order on a big grill in just minutes. Ask to clean the grill before making your order.

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3 Reviews

First Review by ashtastic917


Points +129

31 Mar 2020

Vegan friendly

Ghengis is a great option to pick exactly what you want ,it's build your own bowl style. Staff is knowledgeable and can answer questions about ingredients, though basically everything ranging from proteins, to your sides (bowl base) are clearly labeled as well.
They offer two meat alternatives, tofu and a vegan planet based chicken.I addition there are about 25 veggies to choose from, have them all or only have one it's up to you! Nothing is pre-seasoned and the seasoning station is marked and labeled as well. You add your own sauces ranging in spice and flavor types, all vegan options are clearly marked. And Lastly they have Brown Rice, White Rice, Udon Noodle, Spiral Pasta (Rotini), Tortilla, Edamame and cabbage available to finish your bowl with. All of the above are vegan with ingredients clearly labeled and visible.

Pros: Lots of vegan options, items clearly labeled



Points +27

10 Feb 2020

Yummy and as vegetarian/vegan as you choose

You build your own raw food bowl, pick your sauces and they cook it in front of you.

Pros: You have full control over what is in your dish, Lots of great vegetables to chose from

Cons: Kind of expensive


Points +85

09 Dec 2018

Build your own

Genghis has the advantage of you choosing what goes in your bowl. The smallest bowl is a good amount but make sure to stack up your raw foods bowl.

Pros: Lots of vegan variety, See what goes in your bowl

Cons: Expensive

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