The catch phrase in business today is “disruptor” which refers to businesses that come up with entirely new ways of doing old things. And while certainly not a disruptor on the magnitude of a Uber, Golden Pouch is innovative enough to be thrown at least modestly in this category. Golden Pouch is a dim sum takeout stand with limited outdoor table seating, not unlike Dim Sum Express in Monterey Park. But there the similarity ends. The order “window” is an iPad. There is indoor seating in the form of an Airstream trailer parked next door to the takeout stand. And while the menu has traditional items such as xialolongbao, red bean buns and pork with shrimp siu mai, most of the menu is stuff nobody’s seen before. The Beijing beef steamed bao is a steamed bun with a beef ball inside. The spicy chicken cheese steamed bao has spicy Korean chicken filling, but would pass for how a Sichuan style restaurant would make a spicy chicken bao if you asked it to. Other items on the menu include kim chee siu mai, Bulgogi XLB, japchae spring rolls and Bulgogi sriracha spring rolls. Golden Pouch is at 3324 W. Sixth St.