Secret Eats: Los Angeles

Adam Richman heads to the City of Angels to find the cities best hidden eats.
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Adam Richman is in Los Angeles to find mouthwatering “off-menu” dishes at Greenspan’s Grilled Cheese, Cha Cha Chili, Jitlada and The Escondite. 

Greenspan’s Grilled Cheese

Adam poses with Eric Greenspan of Greenspan’s Grilled Cheese and the off-menu dish “Inside Out Champ.”

Inside Out Champ

Cheesy goodness. The off-menu dish “Inside Out Champ". And you’re just going to have to watch the show to see how this beauty was made at Greenspan’s Grilled Cheese.

Cheese-topped Apple Turnover

Yes, ladies and gentlemen – even the desserts have cheese! Pictured here: cheese-topped apple turnover at Greenspan’s.

Cha Cha Chili

Next, Adam heads over to Cha Cha Chili.

Preparing the Lomo

Cha Cha Chili chef Gavin Cha prepares the off-menu – fully loaded -- “Lomo Burrito” for Adam to sample.

A Chef and His Burrito

A happily sampled Lomo Burrito, poses with Adam and chef Cha.

Cooking Up Magic

Kitchen staff at Jitlada prepare food for Adam and other hungry guests

Chef Jazz Singsanong

Adam poses with chef Jazz Singsanong and the off-menu Jazz Burger

Jazz Burger

Off-menu Jazz Burger at Jitlada.

the Escondite

Exterior of The Escondite

Godzilla Destroys Skid-rokeo

Adam poses with Escondite chef Brian Houck and the off-menu Godzilla Destroys Skid-rokeo

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