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7.6

Mr. Fried Rice

Perfect For:LunchDining Solo

$$$$

135 W 50th St, New York
Earn 3X Points

At this fried rice specialist in the Urban Hawker food hall, you can choose from 10 variations of fried rice with everything from crispy fish to tom yum. They’re all pretty decent, but the one worth seeking out is the BBQ stingray fried rice. Yes, because it’s hard to find, but also because the fish happens to be velvety soft with a fresh, mild taste that lets the sweet and sour sauce on top shine.

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