Despite what the category heading says on here, Crazy Fire is a Mongolian Grill style restaurant. You pay a flat price (like $10 at dinner) then it's buffet style. You get a bowl and load it up with what you'd like (different meats, veggies, etc), add some spices and flavors, then stand in line to have it cooked on a large open flat grill (hibachi style, basically). The line can be horribly long - go early in the evening. The process is sort of slow because the bowls are small and you wind up going through the line 2-4 times. It's an okay place if it's just you and a date standing in line together, but if you go with a group you'll never feel like you get to sit down and eat together. Personally, I think it's overpriced and don't enjoy the experience of it, but it is something different.