Do you love Chipotle style restaurants? Look no further than Easton for assembly line specialty food.
We all love chipotle. Why? It may be the perfectly cooked rice or the delicious guacamole but it also could be because we are given options and are able to create the ideal meal without a strict menu. Having a multitude of fresh ingredients at your fingertips to construct your ideal meal is not unique to Chipotle. If you like this type of dining experience here are a few other similar options.
Make. Your. Own. Sushi.
What sounds better than that? Fusian is tucked away in the new shopping complex of Easton. You can get the classic seaweed wrap or the soy wrap for sushi lovers who don’t like the taste of seaweed, with your choice of white or brown rice and fill it with a variety of options. You can switch things up and try adding the local asparagus or a slice of apple. To top it off add things like tempura crunch or the spicy mayo sauce. Fusian cares as much about your experience as they do about their food. Their mantra is Easy. Casual. Sushi. So if you want to look like someone who is chill and eats sushi on the reg stop by Fusian next time you’re in Easton.
On a healthy kick or just having a soy sauce craving? Check out BiBi Bop located in the mall at Easton. Based off a popular Korean dish, Bibimbap, which means mixed rice, you can create your own bowl, wrap, or salad. Then add white or their signature purple rice and try things like bean sprouts with pan seared teriyaki tofu and shredded carrots on top. Or try another combo of spicy chicken with corn and maybe one of their sauces like spicy sriracha. The selection at BiBi Bop will have you feeling healthy, full, and cultured and forget you’re dining at a mall in Easton, Ohio.
With grey Ohio winters ahead sometimes all you need is a big bowl of pasta. Piada in Easton makes it easy to eat the classics while still adding your own twist. It’s like making pasta in your kitchen but way easier. The inspiration for Piada is Italian street food; I mean what is better than that? Try a chopped salad or pasta bowl or if you’re feeling adventurous try their Piada, a wrap with your choice of ingredients. If you’re a pasta lover like I am, the angel hair pasta is the perfect base to pile on one or more of the sauces to choose from: your usual suspects Alfredo, Pomodoro, Diavolo (vodka sauce for the non-Piada frequenters), or pesto. Add vegetables like zucchini and mushrooms or bruschetta tomatoes. The crispy chicken will melt in your mouth and the parmesan cheese is the perfect topping. Too much school work? Suffering from a hangover slump? Or just needing something to warm you up? Make your way to Piada for some comfort food.