Coming Soon: Shin Sen Gumi in Irvine; Now Open: a Cantonese BBQ Chipotle, and MORE!

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • July 25, 2016
NOW OPEN: In Anaheim, a newly opened restaurant called Cross Roast has taken Cantonese BBQ and applied it to a Chipotle-style, build-your-bowl concept. You start by choosing a protein, including Char Siu pork, bone-in roasted duck, chicken and...
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