Sometimes you wonder why greatness takes so long to arrive.
And then it does and you don’t care because all you want to concentrate on is how amazing this new thing is.
In a genius creation, two of our favourite foods, sushi and burritos, have been combined into one piece of tasty goodness.
Picture a sushi roll on steroids (the size of a burrito); jam packed with veggies, raw fish, rice, and sauces. If you’ve yet to master chopsticks (first of all, don’t admit that), you’re covered – you’re supposed to eat the whole thing with your hands.
So far, it’s all the rage in San Francisco, and has been for a couple of years now. The three locations in the city are easily detectable from the frequent lineup of people outside its doors.
Once inside, you can get your hands on a variety of sushi burritos, like the Sumo Crunch, with surimi crab and shaved cabbage, the Salmon Samba, with agave-soy salmon, tempura asparagus, Namasu cucumber, butter lettuce, avocado, pumpkin seeds; or the popular Geisha’s Kiss, which is made from yellowfin tuna. The eight varieties available range from $9 to $13 USD.
For busy San Fran young professionals, Sushiritto satisfies that sushi craving even when you don’t have time for a sit-down meal.
Our only question: When is someone going to do this here?
Seriously – just take our money.