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Rice to Riches

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  • Desserts
  • 37 Spring St, New York NY10012 40.72193 -73.995759
  • (Btwn Mott & Mulberry St)
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  • (212) 274-0008
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User Ratings (Based on 49 reviews)

3.905
Food 4.3 Value 3.4
Service 3.9 Atmosphere 3.8

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 274-0008
Website:
www.ricetoriches.com
Notes:
Delivery Take-Out Catering Visa, MC, AmEx, Disc
Hours:
Sun-Thu: 11am-11pm Fri-Sat: 11am-1am
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Open Late, Delivery, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
12.00

User Reviews

  • Rice to Riches

    Posted by Dave on 03/18/2007

    Amazing

    If you like rice pudding, this is the place. If you like anything else, go somewhere else, because all they have is rice pudding (and coffee). The flavors are intense, and there's one to fit any palate. The servings are large, perfect to share.

  • Rice to Riches

    Posted by cuba pudding jr on 01/22/2007

    Heaven in a bowl

    This place rules. Rice pudding fans will love it. Man-Made marscapone with dried cherries is to die for.

  • Rice to Riches

    Posted by Anonymous on 09/03/2006

    Treasure in NYC

    This is one of my most favorite places in the City. I bring every out-of-towner of mine here and they all love it. They have always been patient in letting us try every flavor we ask for. The atmosphere is fun and the pudding is so good. I have brought some to work and shared it and they all loved it and have become fans as well. There are a lot of neat treasures in New York City - and this is definately one of them.

  • Rice to Riches

    Posted by Anonymous on 08/30/2006

    mmm-mmm-good

    I like rice pudding anyways, but this place is ridiculous. As soon as you walk in it's a treat for your eyes and nose. Then you taste the puddings and they are SO good! My favorite is the cheesecake. I loved it so much, I went back the next day for the sumo size to bring back with me to LA. Unfortunately it didn't travel great, but it's still tasty (and fortunately they ship). I agree that they definitely need to franchise out. And I also agree the only downside to the cute bowls & spoons is that it's a shame to have them thrown away.

  • Rice to Riches

    Posted by Southern Bell on 08/19/2006

    Great place and item!

    Came to NYC in May 2006, Rice to Riches was included on a tour I was on. This is a great place, friendly, helpful , nice in every way. Sure wish we had one of these in NC.

  • Rice to Riches

    Posted by GastronomicalLiz on 08/03/2006

    Purely Excellent

    This hidden little sinfest is definitely one of the best food institutions I have set foot it, primarily because I already hold rice pudding in the highest regard. I loved the fact that I was able to sample the flavors to the extent of walking away with a full stomach for free, but I was too selfish to not have my own precious bowl of creamy, rich divinity. I devoured both pumpkin and tirimisu puddings under a blanket of toasted, buttery poundcake, and it was truly a mesmerizing experience. My friend was less adventurous than I, opting for vanilla with nuts, and I ended up finishing hers it was too rich for her. I am definitely returning, not only to sin again and again and again, but to add to what I hope will be a growing collection of adorable tupperware.

  • Rice to Riches

    Posted by snyc1 on 07/25/2006

    Great flavor, but where's the rice?

    This place rocks, and satisfies my sweet tooth. Stubborn Banana is my favorite and I love their pumpkin flavored rice pudding in the fall. Although the concept is original and the flavor is rich, there's not enough rice in the rice pudding itself. It's more like sweet pudding! Toasted pound cake makes a wonderful topping as well as the toasted coconut!

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