Here, eight places to pick up sushi burritos in Las Vegas, with more on the way.
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SOHO Sushi Burrito
2600 W. Sahara Ave.
Perhaps the most famous of Las Vegas sushi burrito establishments, Soho SushiBurrito’s menu gives guests to opportunity to be creative. Be careful though, as the options are extensive and it might allow you too much freedom. Diners at Soho Sushi Burrito can include chicken, beef, shrimp tempura or even vegan beef selections in their dish, as well as the usual seafood choices. Sauces honey habanero, mango soy, poke sauce, ponzu and shiso tomatillo are available to splash on your entrée. There are more than 15 vegetables to choose from and for the burrito option, you can pick between seaweed paper, soy paper or a flour or wheat tortilla. If you get stuck, try any of the predesigned menu items.
Ted's Sushi Burrito
7835 S. Rainbow Blvd.
Brand new to the Las Vegas sushi burrito scene, Ted’s Sushi Burrito offers burrito mishmashes such as barbecue eel and crab salad, tofu and seasoned shiitake and wintermelon, and ahi tuna, yellowtail and salmon. The smiling namesake host on their logo belongs to Tadashi Igarashi, aka Ted, who operates the Zen Curry expansion with his wife Hope just a short two doors away from their latest venture.
6090 S. Rainbow Blvd.
If you want to contribute to a good cause and satisfy your sushi appetite, head to Jaburritos, where you can dine and sit on eco-friendly furniture. This environmentally conscious restaurant donates a portion of their profits to various ocean clean-up projects. Try the popular Rosarito burrito, made with spicy tuna, cucumber, Romaine lettuce, tortilla strips, cabbage and chipotle mayo sauce. Jaburritos plans to open at The Linq as well.
365 Lewis Ave.
Happen to have a lunch break from jury duty? Visit Mexipanese, and order their signature Mexipanese burrito, a combination of ahi tuna and carne asada, drizzled in teripotle sauce, a mixture of teriyaki sauce and chipotle flavors.
5655 Centennial Center Blvd.
7965 S. Rainbow Blvd, Suite 135
Sweet Poke allows guests to create their own sushi burrito for $8.99. Pick a base like tofu or brown rice, a protein like Yellowtail or shrimp, followed by a sauce like wasabi aioli or eel sauce and garnish with your creation with crab or spicy tuna to top it all off. Two more locations are already on the way.
Tail & Fin Sushi Burrito & Poke
9845 S. Maryland Pkwy.
The signature creations on Tail & Fin’s menu are memorable because they are cleverly named, as well as deliciously made. Available in a sushi burrito, poke bowl or salad form, pick either of the crowd favorites like the Stupid Good Tuna, a combination of Ahi tuna, surimi crab, romaine lettuce, tomato, cucumber red onion, tempura flakes, yuzu miso sauce, unagi sauce or The Crabby Bastard, a mixture of soft shell crab, surimi crab, cucumber, tomato, furikake, pomegranate, avocado, and unagi sauce. Former Nobu executive chef Karu Wedhas is behind the menu of Tail & Fin, located in a retail center at the intersection of Maryland and Silverado Ranch. Chef Wedhaus' resume includes Nobu Las Vegas and Nobu Beijing.
3735 Spring Mountain Road, #206
Taking over the shuttered Kuma Snow Cream space from chef Jet Tila, Pokeman sits very close to Izakaya Go, in the same retail center as Pho Little Saigon and Krung Siam Thai. Pokeman's Bigeye ahi tuna is imported "fresh from Hawaii." Pokeman burritos are wrapped with soy paper of seaweed. The $10.95 Pokeman features tuna, yellowtail, salmon and avocado and the $11.50 Yuzu is based around tuna, surimi crab and bay scallops. And, yes, there is a Spam musubi version with sweet egg and surimi crab.
Miracle Mile Shops, 3663 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
Poukei won the race to create the first dedicated sushi burrito joint on the Strip. HIG Management shuttered its Meatball Spot concept next door to The AXIS theater at the Miracle Mile Shops and premiered Poukei, featuring dishes from their executive sushi chef Eric Ou. Sushi burritos here can be wrapped in seaweed or soy paper and are priced at $10.95 and $11.95. Choices include the Vegas Sumo with chicken katsu, Korean beef and asparagus and the Fire Cracker made with spicy portions of tuna, crab and salmon.