Wich-One, a popular Cliffside Park restaurant known for its creative spins on Korean and Asian dishes, will takeover Café Clair (121 Watchung Ave., Montclair) this weekend (Saturday, November 16 and Sunday, November 17 from 11am to 3pm) for a limited popup event.
Wich-One will showcase selections of Korean cheesesteaks, rice bowls and salad bowls along with homemade signature sauces like gochujang aioli and Asian sesame honey.
The Wich-One menu lets customers to build sandwiches — served on a Balthazar ciabatta hero — or bowls with Korean-style ribeye, farm-raised pork, antibiotic-free chicken, marinated shrimp or spiced Asian-rub tofu. Bowls begin with a choice of base (rice, spring mix, cauliflower rice, or spicy Korean potatoes) and numerous toppings (vegetables, avocado, egg).
“We believe in great food and quality ingredients, all made with a personal touch,” says Wich-One owner Marcello Chi. “Bringing our Asian inspired dishes to Montclair is an exciting new endeavor for us.”