Genghis Grill has introduced tabletop ordering devices, more table service and new menu items at 10 of its 110 restaurants, and plans to roll the new features out systemwide. “We’re calling it the Fresh Casual evolution,” Al Bhakta, president and chief executive of the fast-casual Mongolian barbecue chain, said. “It’s a redesign of the stores and the way we present our food.” The new menu items and tabletop devices would be included in all new locations ...

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