Lee’s Fried Rice Debuts in E-Ho [CLOSED]

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Lee's Fried Rice is a casual family-run restaurant in an east Hollywood strip mall.

Sae Ju Song and wife Lee opened Lee’s Fried Rice, a pan-ethnic fried rice emporium in late July in an East Hollywood strip mall. Lee manages the kitchen, cooking every dish.

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Lee’s Fried Rice serves plentiful portions, no matter the protein choice.

Fried rice is available with beef, chicken, shrimp (pictured), pork, vegetables or a combination. The “vegetables” are onions, cabbage, carrots, broccoli and bean sprouts. Fried rice arrives on a red plastic tray in an overflowing Styrofoam container, with a jar of Korean style red chile sauce.

A photo menu lists multicultural specials like Sopa 7 Mares, Korean style beef short ribs (galbi) and pad see iew. Lee also makes a complement of chow mein dishes, plus Korean style spicy pork, spicy chicken or beef bowls.

Each meal comes with a cold soda. In keeping with the multicultural approach, the selection includes Jarritos, a Mexican brand that comes in fruit flavors like lime and orange.

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Lee’s Fried Rice is geared toward grab-and-go, though they do house seating.

Décor is minimal. Order at the counter and grab a seat at a wood table, beneath the mirrored walls.

Note: Cash Only


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sounds like a good place to grab some grub. looks like a korean-owned, everything but the kitchen sink type place.

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