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ShopHouse Southeast Asian Kitchen

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  • Asian Fusion
  • 6333 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles CA90028 34.0981622 -118.3276506
  • (At Morningside Ct)
  • (323) 462-2856
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Rice, Noodles Or Salad

Brown Rice an unmilled, whole, natural, and healthy grain with a subtle nutty flavor.   
Jasmine Rice grown in northeast thailand, this long slender grain has an elusive floral scent that is at the heart of kitchens and dining tables throughout southeast asia   
Chilled Rice Noodles a perfect refreshing antidote to a hot summer day or fiery chili-laden sauces.   
Salad crunchy and slightly sweet napa cabbage mixed with baby kale.   

Meats & Tofu

Typically, Meat Is Not A Central Focus Of Southeast Asian Cuisine. Fresh Vegetables And Perfectly Cooked Rice Are Much More Central To The Cuisine, With Meat Merely One Of The Components That Help Comprise The Meal. That Being Said, At Shophouse We're Taking Great Care To Marinate And Cook Choice Cuts Of Naturally Raised Meats So They Realize Their Full Potential. Our Chicken Is Smothered In Lemongrass, Turmeric, Chilis And Coconut Milk, Our Steak Is Seasoned With Exotic Dry Spices, And Our Pork And Chicken Meatballs Are Mixed With Fresh Herbs For An Unbelievably Addictive Flavor. Our Tofu Is Made By Our Friends At Hodo Soy, Who Are Committed To Making Tofu Of The Highest Quality Using Organic, Non-Gmo Soybeans.

Grilled Chicken Satay naturally raised chicken marinated overnight in a blend of fresh herbs, dried spices and coconut milk, then grilled.   
Grilled Steak Laab naturally raised chopped steak, rubbed with exotic dry spices and chilis, grilled and tossed with lime, fish sauce, herbs, and crispy rice.   
Pork & Chicken Meatballs naturally raised pork and chicken, mixed with broken rice and fresh herbs.   
Tofu ground tofu with ginger, tamarind, and cilantro.   

Vegetables

A Fiery Wok And Homemade Sauces Lend Our Vegetables An Alluringly Smoky Flavor.

Broccoli wok fried with chili-vinegar.   
Charred Corn blackened sweet corn with garlic and sesame.   
Eggplant & Thai Basil charred eggplants with chilis and thai basil.   
Green Beans blistered and tossed with caramelized shallots.   

Sauces

It All Starts With The Ingredients: For Our Curries We Take Tons Of Fresh Herbs, Chilis, Dried Spices And Even Flowers, And Grind Them Into A Paste. This Fragrant Paste Is Then Fried And Mixed With Coconut Milk, Which Gives The Curries Their Rich, Creamy Texture. Finally, The Curries Are Seasoned With Palm Sugar And Fish Sauce. The Vinaigrette Is A Lighter, Sweeter, And Tarter Option Made From Lime Juice, Tamarind Pulp, And Various Other Zippy Ingredients.

Tamarind Vinaigrette tamarind, lime, and ginger come together to make this vinaigrette slightly sweet, citrusy and smooth.   
Green Curry a variety of freshly ground green herbs lend a floral note to this mild coconut milk-based curry. (not vegetarian)   
Spicy Red Curry mounds of fiery chilis, a long list of spices, and coconut milk result in this mouth numbingly hot red curry. (not vegetarian)   

Garnishes

To Temper All Of The Heat, Chilled Vegetables Are A Bright, Acidic Component In Our Cooking. For Example, Before Papayas Ripen Into Their Familiar Deep Orange, They Are A Crisp, Unripe Green, And Are Shaven Into Salads All Across Southeast Asia. Pickles Lend A Sweet, Sour, And Slightly Funky Note.

Green Papaya Slaw chilled green papaya, cucumber and carrot tossed in a lime-ginger dressing.   
Pickles mixed radishes, carrots, and cucumbers in a singaporean-style brine.   
Herb Salad cilantro and thai basil.   

Toppings

Toasted Rice    
Crispy Garlic    
Crushed Peanuts    
Thai Chilis    

Parfait

Coconut Rice & Mango Parfait sweet coconut rice, mango and sesame seeds.   
ShopHouse Southeast Asian Kitchen
6333 W Sunset Blvd
At Morningside Ct
(323) 462-2856
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