Rice bowl pop-up opens in former Spork building

Despite demolition/condo plans, the space formerly known as Spork (formerly known as KFC) has reopened temporarily as an “inexpensive fun experiment” involving rice.

Inside Scoop SF has, um, the scoop:

Spork partner Neil Jorgensen will reopen the restaurant space as a short-term concept named Rice Broker.

The crux of the menu will be rice bowls, and it will just be Jorgensen cooking with a few other staffers. He’s redone the interior and given it a new look, too.

Going forward the goal is to be open for dinner Wednesday through Sunday, at least to start. There will also be eight Asian beers available.

Eight Asian beers! Read on for the full menu and more details.

8 Responses to “Rice bowl pop-up opens in former Spork building”

  1. StowawaySG says:

    Gosh I hope “inexpensive fun experiment” is on the menu.

  2. henry says:

    8 Beers! Time to turn the Rice Bowl into my new drinking hole

  3. leave it to cleaver says:

    I want to be excited about this, but I fucking hate spork. It’s such a goddamn eye sore in the hood and I’m so glad to see it finally go. With that said, how can I be excited about one of the guys responsible for that fucking eye sore opening another shitty restaurant? I’m not. Maybe he can paint the outside of this “fun experiment” shit brown? Anything is better than that obnoxious fucking orange.

  4. MrEricSir says:

    Why does “rice bowl” make me think we’re paying $10 for something you’d get for pennies on the streets of Shanghai?

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