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Sizzling Korean Rice Bowls Debut in Addison

Burning Rice has officially opened its latest DFW outpost

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Burning Rice, a popular Korean chain that serves its offerings in sizzling hot stone bowls, has officially arrived in Addison.

The restaurant officially kicked open the doors at 5000 Belt Line Road Suite 310 on Monday, August 26. It’s the sixth DFW outpost for the rapidly growing chain, joining outposts in Frisco, The Colony, Hurst, Richardson, and Dallas’s Preston Center. According to Burning Rice’s website, a seventh location in Plano is soon to follow.

At Burning Rice, diners can build their own rice bowls starting with a base like kimchi rice or japchae noodles. Then, a protein like garlic pork or Korean short rib is added to the bowl, along with veggies and an over-easy egg. Everything is served in ridiculously hot stone bowls, or for the heat-averse, regular bowls are also an option. A couple of dessert options round out the menu, along with a number of classic Korean beverages, including fizzy Milkis and sujeonggwa, a traditional Korean punch that’s scented with cinnamon.

Burning Rice is now open daily in Addison from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.