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Hop Phan and Viet Tran were inspired by the Asian and Latin flavors they experienced growing up in Southern California, and they created Dos Chinos with those traditions in mind. The main option on the menu is the ability to create your own taco using selections which include asada, carnitas, pork belly and chicken. Additionally, the shop also serves burritos, bowls, wedge salads and some out-of-this-world french fries. Try the Stoner Papas, these shoestring fries come topped with carne asada, pork belly, chorizo fried rice, a sunny-side up egg, salsa verde, onions and cilantro. Needless to say when you leave Dos Chinos, you may need an anti-acid tablet after eating this monstrous dish.
For those times you can't decide between sweet and savory, Bruxie has you covered. Bruxie specializes in, as one might suspect, "Bruxies" which are Belgian-style waffles turned into sandwiches. Diners can choose to go the sweet route with Nutella and banana, S'Mores or Creme Brulee Bruxies. For a more savory route, Bruxies includes combinations like the Bruxie burger, green eggs and ham Bruxie or the hot pastrami Bruxie. Round out your meal with some waffle-cut fries or even go authentic and get a straight-up traditional Belgian waffle.
For the most creative hot dogs you're likely to find in Orange County, hunt down Dogzilla. While Dogzilla's menu gives you a choice of "typical weiners," being your classic plain hot dog and chili dog, the "not your typical weiner" category is what really stands out. Sample dogs like the namesake Dogzilla, an all beef dog with grilled onions, avocado, Japanese mayo, bacon bits, teriyaki sauce and furikake served on a King's Hawaiian bun, or the Yaki Dog, also serve on a Hawaiian bun topped with yakisoba noodles, okonomi sauce, ao nori and red ginger.