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Rice to Riches
Posted by Indietny on 01/24/2010
I never liked rice pudding until I tasted their rice pudding. just very nice after a walk through town, just the prices are getting to high for the pudding.
Posted by jennifer on 10/24/2009
My husband loves rice pudding so of course we had to try this place. They've really done alot with a very old-fashioned dessert. The place is bright, sort of like the inside of a UFO. They've come up with unusual flavors and toppings. We tried four or five flavors on our visits and each was good. My favorite is Rocky Road, which tastes like rice pudding with a chocolate bar melted into it. My husband usually likes plain rice pudding, and theirs was good, but his favorite was the Cinnamon Twist with oatmeal coconut crumbles on top.
Posted by Chloe on 07/10/2009
This is what rice pudding would look like if the Jetson's did rice pudding. Ever since my friend took me here, I've been hooked, and go back to get my rice pudding fix. I've shipped it to my mom for her birthday and she and my sister agrees. I always sample 3 flavors and decide on one. I definitely go out of my way to come back.
Posted by The Perez' Family on 07/06/2009
My husband, son and I stumbled upon Rice to Riches yesterday. And after reading their funny signs on their glass windows, we were compelled to go inside. To our surprise, the rice puddings we had tasted just like the one my mother makes. And this is meant as major compliment as my mother is the queen of rice puddings. The lattes we had we perfect and the staff were friendly. The price was fair and worth it! We will go back and have been recommending it to our friends and family-except my mother, of course.
Posted by Liz on 07/02/2009
Love this place. Pudding is awesome. Only complaint is they need more seats/tables.
Posted by JoeShmoe on 01/23/2009
Essentially, this place caters to tourists who love rice pudding and can't wait to go to a place with so many different flavors. That's fine and all, but what you're getting here is basically flavored pudding with rice thrown into it. I tried their cheesecake flavor and didn't taste any rice; also tried the pecan pie flavor, which was, again, good, but the rice was almost an afterthought. I guess I may be a purist when it comes to rice pudding, but if you really like rice pudding in and of itself then chances are you won't like their selection. The only reason I would go back is to try their standard rice pudding.
Posted by Mike and Pat from Texas on 11/03/2008
My wife and I never imagined anyone could be so creative with rice pudding. I don't know how many flavors they have, dozens I'm sure, and I bet they are all good.