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Your employees will THANK YOU! It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3.

Step 1 (Set Up): We prepare all the food at our restaurant. We’ll then set up our electric steamer using a regular outlet to keep food warm and safe. You tell us where to set up, this is typically either a breakroom or cafeteria.

Step 2 (Serve): Employees order and purchase their meals using cash, credit card, Apple Pay, Google Wallet, etc.
(Ask us about our Employer Paid/Subsidized Meal Program)

Step 3 (Clean-up): After the last employee has been served, we clean-up after ourselves, and leave everything as we found it.

Why have food at work?

Recruiting and retention

The bar has been raised. Job candidates expect good food at work, now more than ever. When looking at the lists of the best places to work, food programs always show up. When the food is especially good, employees stick around and spread the word outside the organization.


An onsite meal program lets people make the most of their time. Countless hours are saved when employees don’t have to go through the ordeal of leaving the office, getting into their cars, and finding a restaurant. Everyone loves getting that time back.


When companies promote a food program, teams get in the habit of eating together rather than venturing out solo. They tend to loosen up and get to know one another. Mealtimes become a ritual that strengthen the company’s culture every single day. Few if any engagement opportunities repeat as frequently.

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Why choose Rice Around the World?

We are in the business of making lunch at work something that employees can look forward to every day. What makes us stand out the most? Fast and friendly service, warm delicious food, and being fully licensed and experienced. We handle all the moving pieces that go into bringing our rice bowls to your workplace; fresh and on time every time. We’ve been doing this at many government agencies, law firms, and private companies throughout the DMV with exceptional customer response!

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