Wednesday , November 29, 2017 - 5:15 AM
HARRISVILLE — Harrisville lunchgoers who have found themselves torn between Thai, Indian, Japanese and Korean eateries can now have it all in one place.
A new Asian fusion restaurant at 539 N. Harrisville Road, Rice Bowl Deluxe, opened its doors on Saturday, Nov. 25, debuting a menu featuring tacos ($7.99-$8.99), salad bowls ($7.99-$8.99) and — you guessed it — rice bowls ($6.69-$9.99).
Meat options include teriyaki chicken, sweet kalua pork, salmon, shrimp, steak and bulgogi (Korean barbecue beef), with sauces such as green spicy curry, sweet Thai chili or “cilan-peño” ranch. They also offer a handful of side dishes and desserts.
Co-owned by first-time restaurateurs Joel Arcos and Gustavo Salinas, Rice Bowl Deluxe is open for lunch and dinner from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
For more information, call them at 385-244-1187 or visit their Facebook page at Facebook.com/DeluxeBowls.
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