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Coming soon: Ling & Louie’s debut new restaurant concept in Scottsdale

Posted 2/24/21

Ling & Louie’s Asian Bar and Grill will roll out a new concept in Asian fusion cuisine at Hayden Peak Crossing, Pederson Group’s upscale neighborhood shopping center at Thompson Peak …

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Coming soon: Ling & Louie’s debut new restaurant concept in Scottsdale

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Ling & Louie’s Asian Bar and Grill will roll out a new concept in Asian fusion cuisine at Hayden Peak Crossing, Pederson Group’s upscale neighborhood shopping center at Thompson Peak Parkway and Hayden Road in Scottsdale.

The company has leased 1,781 square feet for Ling’s Wok Shop, which will combine the speed of a fast-casual restaurant with a full-service dining establishment, according to a press release.

“Ling & Louie’s is known for creating flavorful dishes using traditional Asian cooking techniques and ingredients in non-traditional ways,” said John Banquil, the company’s president and CEO. “At Ling’s Wok Shop, diners will enjoy our most popular menu items, plus a host of bold new flavors from across Asia.”

Among these will be Ling’s Seafood Hot Pot, which features scallops, salmon and jumbo shrimp simmered in a green curry-coconut broth. The menu also will include clean, light and healthy wok-fired creations accentuated with the restaurant’s 15 signature sauces.

Ling’s Wok shop is an evolution of the Ling & Louie’s brand and a model for the company’s growth, Mr. Banquil said. As part of this shift, the restaurant will include takeout and curbside pick-up options.

Mr. Banquil anticipates an opening of May or June when the restaurant will join Pure Sushi, Tavern Americana, Juan Jaime’s Tacos and Tequila, nékter Juice Bar and Starbucks at the 145,000-square-foot center. The fully occupied center boasts a mix of local and national tenants, and is anchored by a 75,000-square-foot Fry’s Signature Supermarket.

“We look forward to giving north Scottsdale residents yet another great dining option,” said Jim Pederson, founder and chairman of Pederson Group.

For more information, visit www.lingandlouies.com or follow @lingswokshop on Facebook and Instagram.

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