Rockfire Grill Has Created OC's Next Great Burger

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • February 12, 2015
At first, Rockfire Grill is discombobulating. The music is reggae; the food is American; and the owner is originally from Mumbai and also owns the Tangy Tomato, a Chinese Indian restaurant in Artesia's Little India. That Raj Syal now makes burgers...
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