Genghis Khan Mongolian Restaurant

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8 reviews
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317 Ti Rakau Drive,

(09) 274 9090

Genghis Khan Mongolian Restaurant Information

Located on Ti Rakau Drive, Auckland, this fully licensed venue is spacious, modern and excellent value. Moreover, it specialises in one of the tastiest forms of cooking, the Mongolian barbecue.

Opening Hours
Mon - Thu: 18.00 to 22.00
Fri - Sun: 18.00 to 22.30
Open Public Holidays
Avg Food Spend
$$ per person
Food Info
A La Carte Menu
Children welcome
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My daughter went to our local Genghis Khan in Ti Rakau Drive with her netball team. It's a great way to celebrate the end of netball season and caters for different tastes. A little more pricey now that she's no longer a child but that doesn't deter the great time had by all. Good variety of meats and sauces to choose from. She had so much to eat she couldn't even finish her dessert of pancake and icecream!
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My friend and I walk each week usually to some casual place we can get to within an hour to eat at before we turn around and walk home.

This week we decided on Gengis Khan in Epsom, it has everything, from meat, seafood, pasta, salads to hot chips, garlic bread and soup (the latter which I pass on). The idea of Gengys Restaurant is for you to enjoy the ultimate experience of having your dishes created from the very ingredients you have chosen right down to the sauces. They cook according to your palate, meaning that every bite is just as you expected it to be. I think the ingrediants fresh and plentiful and cover everything. You can go back as many tiems as you like and add some freshly made pancakes with icecream and all for only $25.

The atmosphere is simple much like a Cobb & Co but with a warm cosy fire and a well stocked bar. Cracked me up though that the bar/wait staff were more Chinese than Mongolian. I'd go back for a casual dinner.
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Reviewer jarredandrew
Had lunch at Ghengis Khan on a Friday with friends. There is a wide variety of meats, veggies, and even sauces to choose from, and the ingredients are all very fresh. The chefs cook your food in front of you, and you can tell them how you would like them to cook it. They are super friendly and nice. The kids would be amazed to see the cooking.

There is plenty of parking near Headin during lunch time even on Friday. That is really great.
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Reviewer Frothy43a
Went to Ghenghis Khan for a birthday Friday night and loved it, spacious, great selection of food, friendly hosts and great atmosphere. So recommend!
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Reviewer Emi

Great place to take friends and family with different tastes and diets
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Reviewer misse
Love Genghis in Botany - lovely spacious place so you don't feel like you cant move your chair out. Staff are friendly and prompt at removing used plates so you can go for seconds thirds or more Lol... Awesome way of eating, healthy too you choose your meat, seafood, veges and sauces then give to the chefs who cook it right there and then so cool and fresh. Then pancakes and ice cream for desert!! cant complain and cheap too... Highly Recommend
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Reviewer Pascal
Watching the food being cooked before your eyes only adds to the temptation of indulging in the great tastes of Asia. The smell of authentic flavours wafts through the restaurant. The skills of the chefs is very impressive to watch. Over all 10/10. Its a must do.
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Reviewer Anonymous
Visited on a friends recommendation and was impressed. The food was fresh, with plenty of meat and vegetable choices. Liked how you could pick the sauce and seasonings to suit your own taste and then watch it being cooked on a hotplate in front of you. Limited side dishes of rice and salad, but wasn't really required anyway. Pancakes with ice-cream and sauce made for a great desert. Reasonably priced and had student discount which was a bonus.
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