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BarbecueLA: Mongols BBQ

By Liz Schneider, Lexy Atmore

Feb. 10, 2014 3:03 p.m.

To maximize the amount of food one can fit in her bowl, compacting the meat with tongs is advisable.

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Patrons can help themselves to as much beef, pork, chicken and turkey as can fit in their bowls.

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After adding the desired combination of frozen meats, the next step is to add vegetables.

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Alfonso Ramirez, 20, piles noodles and sauce on top of the meat and vegetables.

(Lexy Atmore/Daily Bruin)

The combination of meat, vegetables and noodles is cooked together on top of a massive grill.

(Lexy Atmore/Daily Bruin)

Jesus Alvarado, 24, cooks a sizable helping.

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Thankfully, the finished product is served on a plate rather than the original overstuffed bowl.

(Lexy Atmore/Daily Bruin)

Mongol BBQ is located in Westwood at 1064 Gayley Ave.

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