Its fat burgers automatically come with grilled onions, which sink into a sea of Thousand Island dressing held together by a firm patty. Pastrami is finely shaved and crisp; breakfast burritos actually go down well. It's Huntington Beach at its most idealistic-vague surfer theme jumping between American and Mexican classics, with K-Earth on the radio and energy drinks sold by the case. The one anomaly, however, is the strips and cheese-tortilla chips bathed in enchilada sauce, then topped with shredded Cheddar and Monterey Jack cheeses.
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Some local dishes, as fanatical a cult as they might inspire, simply never travel. For every Kogi Korean taco knockoff, there is a Mexican-style teriyaki bowl washed down with horchata that's the obsession of every second-generation...