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October 25, 2021

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Fast-Casual Filipino Rice Bowls Coming to Carmel Mountain

<img alt="" src="https://cdn.vox-cdn.com/thumbor/66f-ageEBe0h0Jj2WLVZhy_9f30=/53x0:908x641/1310x983/cdn.vox-cdn.com/uploads/chorus_image/image/65172820/oi.0.jpg"> <small>Courtesy photo</small> With locations in the Los Angeles area, from East Hollywood to Chino, <a href="https://www.oiasianfusion.com/"><strong>Oi Asian Fusion </strong></a>arrived in early 2018 to the Mercado del Barrio complex in Barrio Logan. The fast-casual eatery is gearing up to double its presence in San Diego, with a 1,200-square-foot outpost coming to the <a href="http://shop-carmel-mountain-ranch.com/">Carmel Mountain Ranch Town Center</a>. Owner Jaypee Woo says the opening is targeted for November or December. Oi Asian Fusion is expanding <a href="https://locationmatters.com/">Location Matters’</a> Alexis Dachs represented the tenant in the lease. The quick-service restaurant offers a menu based on rice bowls that focus predominantly on Filipino flavors, including a spin on chicken adobo that features a fried chicken thigh, adobo sauce, and a soft boiled egg as well as tapsilog, a popular breakfast dish of marinated beef served with a fried egg. Other dishes range from pork eggs rolls, or lumpia to burgers and fries, plus plates that draw influence from different Asian cuisines including hoisin pork belly buns and Japanese chicken karaage. Among the desserts sourced from LA’s Creme Caramel bakery are an ube upside down pie and buko pandan, a custard flavored with coconut and pandan leaves.

Courtesy photo Location Matters’ Alexis Dachs represented the tenant in the lease. With locations in the Los Angeles area, from East Hollywood to Chino, Oi Asian Fusion arrived in early 2018 to the Mercado del Barrio complex in Barrio Logan. The fast-casual eatery is gearing up to double its presence in San Diego, with a 1,200-square-foot outpost coming to the Carmel Mountain Ranch Town Center. Owner Jaypee Woo says the opening is targeted for November or December.
Oi Asian Fusion is expanding
The quick-service restaurant offers a menu based on rice bowls that focus predominantly on Filipino flavors, including a spin on chicken adobo that features a fried chicken thigh, adobo sauce, and a soft boiled egg as well as tapsilog, a popular breakfast dish of marinated beef served with a fried egg. Other dishes range from pork eggs rolls, or lumpia to burgers and fries, plus plates that draw influence from different Asian cuisines including hoisin pork belly buns and Japanese chicken karaage. Among the desserts sourced from LA’s Creme Caramel bakery are an ube upside down pie and buko pandan, a custard flavored with coconut and pandan leaves.