Fried Rice

Fried rice began as a way to use leftovers. Vegetables, pieces of seafood, chopped-up pork all can be added to cooked rice, along with scrambled egg and some extra oil to be wok-cooked and eaten as a main course or side dish. It is on the menu of every Chinese restaurant, as well as many Caribbean and Latin-American restaurants. In the U.S., it’s sometimes offered in soul-food restaurants as a side dish for fish or chicken.

Restaurants With This Dish

Dinosaur Bar-B-Que

NEW YORK, NY

Augusta Fish Market & Restaurant

AUGUSTA, GA

Side Street Inn

HONOLULU, HI

Mecha Noodle Bar

FAIRFIELD, CT

Hannibal’s

CHARLESTON, SC

OB Noodle House & Sake Bar

SAN DIEGO, CA

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