Why You'll Find Real Asian Food at Chipotle's ShopHouse
After 14 months with a single location, Chipotle (NYS: CMG) is ready to open up two more ShopHouse restaurants. Rex Moore visited the Washington, D.C. store and talked with Tim Wildin, the man responsible for this concept. The Thailand native says that much "Asian food" in the U.S. is unrecognizable in Asia, but that his cuisine is authentic. This is the fourth video of a multi-part series: What's on the menu at a ShopHouse. (See all parts of the series linked below the video.)
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