Industry News | December 4, 2015

California-Based The Flame Broiler Celebrates 20 Years

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The Flame Broiler The Rice Bowl King (The Flame Broiler), a nationally recognized dining concept that first opened its doors in 1995 in Fullerton, California, that has since grown to 178 locations is celebrating its Platinum Anniversary by giving brand enthusiasts free rice bowls.

On Thursday, December 3, the first 100 people in every participating The Flame Broiler restaurant nationwide received a free regular-sized bowl. In addition, the first person inside participating restaurants received a year’s worth of bowls.

The Flame Broiler’s core menu allows guests to eat simple, healthy, and delicious food while on the go. Starting at only 370 calories, the delicious rice bowls are made with non-GMO white or brown rice, certified Angus beef or all-natural chicken and freshly blanched cabbage, broccoli, and carrots topped with chopped green onions. For an added flavor kick, the concept welcomes fans to top their bowls off with its proprietary hot sauce made with cayenne peppers, or their Korean barbecue–inspired Magic Sauce.

“Since opening the first The Flame Broiler restaurant two decades ago, my top priority has always been providing our guests with simple food made with healthful, top-quality ingredients,” says Young Lee, CEO and founder of The Flame Broiler. “I never imagined that the brand would grow to more than 178 locations in five states, and we look forward to our continued growth and success in the next 20 years.

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