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Sushirrito: Cross Between Sushi and a Burrito

Would You Eat a Sushi Burrito?

In January, a San Francisco place called Sushirrito opened, and there's been a line around the corner ever since. The concept is remarkably straightforward: wrap raw fish, vegetables, and other accoutrements in a giant sheet of rice-covered seaweed, and eat it like you would a burrito. The idea is so simple you'd think someone would've thought of it long ago.

Of course, the backlash has rolled in, too. "How is it different from an uncut sushi roll?" a friend asked. "I don't know . . . it seems too weird," another picky eater told me. What do you think of the idea? Is it brilliant, or totally ridiculous?

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innerspark innerspark 6 years
I've had a few different rows from Sushirrito already and they are delicious!
lisabarn lisabarn 6 years
have had it a few times the 3 amigo's is amazing!!!
Susannah-Chen Susannah-Chen 6 years
Hanmeng: Neither. But rice chips on the side, with chimichurri or salu.
GummiBears GummiBears 6 years
Make it with brown rice and I am in like Flynn!
onlysourcherry onlysourcherry 6 years
get in my belly.
Rosay77 Rosay77 6 years
I much prefer my sushi cut.
sxybtch0280 sxybtch0280 6 years
I live a block away from this place and yes, there is always a line around the corner. There is just waaaaaaay too much rice in the giant roll for me to eat at one time.
hanmeng hanmeng 6 years
Hmm. Frijoles or natto?
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