I wouldn't recommend this restaurant to a pack of rats. I've eaten at wonderful places called Mongolian BBQ's that served three kinds of beef, shrimp, sausage, eggs, fresh fruits and vegetables- delectible sauces- with fun recipes to mix yourself. Every bit of their food fresh and delicious. Not this ridiculous and pathetic excuse for a restaurant. I don't think I've ever been to a place that has the gall to serve canned fruits and vegetables, frozen meat- with only four choices at that, beef (tough), lamb (that tasted so bad my daughter in law couldn't eat more than one bite), pork and chicken. Maybe seven choices for vegetables. We had a three year old and a finicky five year old with us. The waitress said we would have to pay half price- or six dollars for her bowl. The three year old wouldn't be charged if he ate off our plates. The little girl put maybe three tablespoons of noodles in her bowl and didn't want her brother to put in his few canned mushrooms and three slices of beef. So we just put those into a seperate bowl. When the waitress saw that, she rudely said she'd have to charge us for two kid's meals. What meals? There wasn't enough between the two to charge us for one. She wouldn't listen. You'll pay the six dollars each. Then she turns to my daughter in law who complained about the lamb and said, if she wanted to go back for a different kind of meat, other than lamb, she couldn't have a doggie bag. Believe me, this food was sooooooooo bad, I wouldn't bring it home to my dog. When the bill finally came, she had the nerve to have added a $13 tip for herself. It's in the menu- she snidely remarked, if you have more than five people in your group I get to add a tip. Wow!! So, this restaurant's policy is, if you have more than five people in a group, the waitresses can be as rude and lousy as they want to be, and it's okay- they'll still get a 15% tip. We spent close to $100 and the meal wasn't worth $10. If you want good Mongolian BBQ- I suggest going downtown Denver to BD's Mongolian BBQ.