Mr. Fuk's Rice Box is a Korean restaurant featured in Grand Theft Auto IV.
Notably, the restaurant features an elaborate interior encompassing a two-floor, oriental-themed dining area (complete with a central atrium), and an office accessible from both the second floor dining area or a door to the back lot reachable from the outside via a ladder. The interior is specifically used during during "Dining Out", when Niko Bellic is ordered by Gambetti Don Jon Gravelli to kill Kim Young-Guk, a Korean gangster, at the restaurant; as Niko enters the building a firefight ensues in the dining area, eventually resulting him chasing Young-Guk out the back of the building. The interior of the building is otherwise accessible only during multiplayer.
The restaurant is also a venue during outings with friends or girlfriends in GTA IV as well as The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony. In GTA IV, Brucie Kibbutz, Dwayne Forge and Roman Bellic are fond of this restaurant.
- The "Fuk" in the restaurant's name is an apparent pun of the curse word "fuck". This not-so-subtle pun has been made more obvious when Jon Gravelli has a coughing fit and says "fuck" right after he mentions Mr. Fuk's Rice Box.
- Although the restaurant is Korean-themed, it serves Chinese cuisine.
- In The Ballad of Gay Tony, the back lot of the restaurant is the drop-off point for the Drug Wars side mission in Alderney.