ShopHouse Southeast Asian Kitchen | Hollywood | Asian, Asian Fusion, Fast Casual | Restaurant
ShopHouse, the Southeast Asian concept operated by the folks at Chipotle, comes to L.A. by way of its flagship location in D.C. Much like Chipotle, ShopHouse is set up as a choose-your-own-adventure assembly line, and much like Chipotle, a lot of emphasis is put on the idea that the food is fresh and the meat "sustainable." You choose from cold rice noodles, or brown or white rice, then choose one topping from each category: protein (grilled chicken satay, pork and chicken meatballs, steak laab or tofu), vegetable (broccoli, green beans, eggplant or charred corn), sauce (red curry, green curry or tamarind vinaigrette), topping and garnish. You end up with a bowl piled high with food, a pretty substantial serving for under $8.

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