Chipotle-Style Asian Fusion Restaurant, Foosia, Opening in North Scottsdale

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Foosia, a "fresh, exotic, and healthy" fast-casual eatery where customers can watch their food being prepared Chipotle-style, is opening Monday, January 13, in North Scottsdale.

From Scottsdale-based TIGA Restaurant Concepts, Foosia is located at 13610 North Scottsdale Road (Scottsdale and Thunderbird). The eats come courtesy of chef Bradley Borchardt, a culinary consultant who has worked with P.F. Chang's China Bistro and Pei Wei Asia Diner.

Here's what diners can expect.

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Foosia's food, described as "a modern twist on Asian street fare," is prepared quickly and lets guests create dishes with ingredients such as cilantro and scallions, jasmine rice with coconut milk, and seasoned meats.

For more information, go to Foosia's website or follow them on Facebook.

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