I've eaten at this place in Markham, adjacent to Pacific Mall, a few years ago. Much enjoyed it! The only other mongolian grill place I thought was comparable was the BD's Mongolian Grill franchise in the U.S. BD's great but not as a strong focus on Chinese or Asian food as GK's is.
Anyway... I'm thinking about stopping by next week with family this time. I can't remember if the buffet is a separate charge from the mongolian grill?
How's the rice there? I don't remember the last visit real well.
I just found out that GK has a sister franchisee not too far from Eglington, Genghis Khan Mongolian Grill. How does that place compare to Great Khan?
When we're finished eating and ready for the cheque, should we wait for them to proffer it or should we ask for it? I don't recall the cultural nuances involved here.
(I've been to various places in Europe and elsewhere where it was the norm to explicitly ask for it. In the U.S., it's usually offered without asking. Less sure about Asian cultural dining norms.)