Top 5 dishes at the Flamin' Hot Cheetos pop-up restaurant in Los Angeles

Chef Roy Choi features Hot Cheetos in every dish at three day pop-up spot.

It was hot, hot, hot in Los Angeles this week, and not just because of the weather.

That's because the Flamin' Hot Cheetos pop-up restaurant, which features gourmet dishes made with the spicy snack, opened to much fanfare. Tickets to the three-day event sold out in under an hour.

Chef Roy Choi, the Korean American chef behind Kogi BBQ, created ten unique dishes for the custom menu.

"I really didn't want this thing to be a gimmick where it's just like food that's thrown together and just Cheetos thrown on top," Choi said. "We really tried to look at the Cheetos as an ingredient all the way through."

Choi said Cheetos approached him about signing on as the chef of their first Hot Cheetos pop-up restaurant, following the success of the Cheetos pop-up in New York City. The self-described "immigrant child" recalled his first Flamin' Hot Cheetos experience in the '90s.

"I remember first seeing the Hot Cheetos come onto the shelves [in a liquor store] ... and as an immigrant child, it was like finally something is speaking to me," Choi said.

Here's a look at the hottest dishes of the week.

1. Flamin' Hot Fries

2. Hot Cheetos Burrito

3. Cheetos Sweet n' Spicy Chili Meatballs

4. Flamin' Hot Chipotle Ranch Wings

5. Flamin' Hot Elotes

Choi recognizes that these are all indulgent dishes, but he believes in having fun with your food and letting go once in while.

Items on the food menu ranged from $8 to $32 per dish.