Mad greens menu: Mad greens with chinese chilli sauce, jambalaya,and coconut rice
Mad greens is a Korean barbecue restaurant in the trendy West Hollywood neighborhood.
It was the subject of a 2016 film by Korean filmmaker Lee Soo-Hyun.
The restaurant serves classic Korean barbecue, along with classic Chinese chilli, beef, and chicken, with a mix of Indian and Asian influences.
A typical menu features chicken, brisket, and pork ribs, with jambala, chinese curry, and rice, along a side of Korean rice.
Mad Greens is also known for their spicy chicken curry.
It’s made with pork belly, ginger, garlic, and scallions, along the side of spicy jambalo and fried rice.
Mad Greens has a long history of serving up spicy food, including a recent spot called The Rooftop, which featured spicy chicken.
It also served chicken curry, including with a spicy sauce made with hot peppers.
In 2014, Mad Greens opened a restaurant on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, and in 2018, it opened a new location on the corner of Sunset Boulevard and La Brea Avenue in Hollywood.