For many collegiettes, the holy grail of good food is as follows: pizza, burritos and sushi. But what if you could combine some of these? How would that shake things up? Well, that's what one San Francisco-based eatery has done and no, it's not serving up pizzarritos... rather, sushirritos!
If you live in the Bay Area, no longer do you have to have a sushi vs. burrito lunch dilemma every afternoon, because you can now have a little bit of both packed into one. Though the delectable creations that come out of Sushirrito slightly resemble Chipotle's foil-wrapped perfections, make no mistake—they are quite different, most noticably because of the fresh fish!
At any of Sushirrito's four locations, customers can choose between eight burrito options, which include fun varieties like Geisha's Kiss, Salmon Samba and Sumo Crunch. Ingredients the eatery uses include everything from yellowfin tuna to chicken katsu. When founder Peter Yen came up with the idea in 2010, he had the goal of providing a venue that offered sushi that was sustainable, easy to eat on the go and fresh.
While Sushirrito only has four locations in the Bay Area of California, we imagine this idea will spread quickly and spawn similar franchises—hopefully across college campuses everywhere! Our only question now is: Does guac cost extra?