Mashiso Asian Grill's cooks preside over sizzling pans to custom craft wraps, rolls, bowls, and salads on an assembly line equipped with sauces and dressings concocted in house. Patrons start by selecting a bed of noodles or white, fried, or brown rice to form a cushy base for meat and veggies or to refill a chariot's airbags. Grill jockeys then crown bowls and stuff wraps with seared toppings such as fresh veggies ($6), or mashi chicken or pork ($6.50) slathered in piquant chili-pepper sauce. Kalbi beef ($7) launches fireworks shows across tender strips of steak with sparkling jets of garlic, sesame, and ginger. Each personalized plate pairs with a side of asian slaw or grilled bok choy, and yakis ($4 for five) crowd deep-fried wontons with ground chicken, spinach, and carrot shreds intricately carved into jack-in-the-box clowns.
Famous Gyro George's food-slinging chefs follow the cooking instructions listed on a menu that has dishes for every meal of the day. Sate egg cravings with a big breakfast platter of two eggs, two big pancakes, and four pieces of sausage ($6.99), or partake in lunch-focused fare with a famous philly gyro, which collects grilled mushroom, onions, and swiss cheese and stores them in the welcoming folds of a homemade pita ($6.99). A double-cheeseburger-deluxe combo slams two hamburger patties with lettuce, onion, tomato, and cheese, and balances the plate with fresh-cut fries and a fountain drink ($5.99). Dine post-dusk at one of George's 24-hour restaurants, which are open 24 hours a day in honor of Mark McGwire's age in 1988. Click here to view each location's hours.
Chop It Salad Co. greets visitors with a rainbow of veggies and salad accoutrements, all laid out in a vivid stripe of flavor. A guest might request a specialty salad like the loaded cobb or sweet hawaiian chicken. Or, they might design their own meal from scratch, selecting from the different ingredients as a skilled associate assembles it to order. Those designing a bespoke entree first choose from four types of greens, brown rice, or a wrap. Then, they have the Chop It technician heap their chosen foundation with a selection of more than 40 toppings, such as bacon, dried cranberries, shrimp, or cheeses. Next the guest selects from about 20 dressings to thoroughly customize their fresh medley of flavors.
Because getting exactly what you want has never hurt anybody, Mama Fu's Asian House gives guests the option to design their own meals from top to bottom. When building a rice or noodle bowl, you can choose from a variety of sauces and meats such as sesame shrimp and teriyaki chicken. There's also a wide assortment of pre-imagined dishes. The Thai dynamite shrimp salad packs a spicy punch, and the crisp lettuce wraps, like the best letters from fans, come stuffed with minced tofu or chicken.