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Thursday, August 6, 2020

Mellow restaurant serves Asian fusion

Oi Asian Fusion, located in the heart of Canoga Park,  will satisfy your appetite with their authentic dishes and vibrant vibe.

Oi’s menu consists of a variety of entrees that have mix toppings from the Philippines, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and China. Most of their plates are original recipes and creations from the owners who are also full-time chefs at Oi. Their plates range between $3-$13, making it affordable for everyone.

One of their popular plates is the Adobo bowl, which consists of braised pork belly, adobo sauce, soft-boiled eggs, scallions and rice. The Dynamite Sweet Fries is another favorite side dish, which comes with sweet potato fries, dynamic sauce, garlic confit and cilantro. Pork Belly Jicama Taco, the chefs favorite plate is served with seared pork belly, jicama taco shell, sriracha, cilantro, and pickled red onion.

The taste and presentation of the bowl is very unique, making it appealing to the consumer. So much so, that the minute the plate is served, it makes you want to snap a picture, upload it to your social media networks and show it off to the world.

Eric De La Cruz along with Kareem Lecey both owners of Oi restaurant were very friendly and excited to share their start-up story of the restaurant. Interesting enough, they were both co-workers two years ago at a major bank and decided to quit to start their own business. After months of cooking for their friends in their backyard,they opened up what is now Oi Asian Fusion.

They have plans of opening a valley Pub in the year to come. “We love what we do, we’re married to Oi, and enjoy coming to work everyday”, said De La Cruz.

Overall, Oi welcomes you with friendly staff, modern music, Jenga games for you to play while you wait for your food or while you’re eating with your friends and amazing food at an affordable cost. Next time you’re in the area visit Oi Asian Fusion located at 7242 Canoga Ave., Canoga Park, CA 91303.


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