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looking for "Table Grill" asian restaurant...

David M. Nash | May 4, 200005:31 PM     5

Greetings All,
I used to live in Orange County, Calif. and frequented a restaurant there in Cypress called the Genghis Khan. It's forte was that it was a buffet that featured raw meats & veggies that you could bring to your table (booth), and cook them on a "hibachi" sized grill that was mounted in the center of the table. They had a teriyaki sauce that you dipped the fresh cooked goods in to cool, and flavor them. The stuff was delicious. Since my return to Austin several years ago, I've yet to find but one place like this in Houston. I belive it was near Bissonet & Beltway 8, on the west end of town, that while similar, it just didn't have the same "umph" as my old fave rave. As we travel regionally on a regular basis, I thought I'd inquire as to whether anyone had seen this type of setup anywhere else within a day's drive of Austin. Any input would be appreciated. Thanks

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