Andrew Taylor (foreground) and Zvonimir Ulm cooked and served personalized stir-fry dishes using "swords" instead of traditional knives and spatulas — a nod to Genghis Khan — at bd's Mongolian Grill in Hamburg, which in 2010 boasted the chain's greatest year-over-year rise in sales growth.
Andrew Taylor (foreground) and Zvonimir Ulm cooked and served personalized stir-fry dishes using "swords" instead of traditional knives and spatulas — a nod to Genghis Khan — at bd's Mongolian Grill in Hamburg, which in 2010 boasted the chain's greatest year-over-year rise in sales growth.
Andrew Taylor (foreground) and Zvonimir Ulm cooked and served personalized stir-fry dishes using "swords" instead of traditional knives and spatulas — a nod to Genghis Khan — at bd's Mongolian Grill in Hamburg, which in 2010 boasted the chain's greatest year-over-year rise in sales growth.