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Jaburrito's sushi burritos

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Jaygee77, Mar 9, 2017.

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  1. Jaygee77

    Jaygee77 Low-Roller

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    Has anyone tried the relatively new concept of eating a sushi burrito? I was reading about the Jaburrito's restaurant at the Linq, and was wondering about the walking-around viability of their sushi burrito wrapped in nori (seaweed). I can't even eat a Chipotle burrito without a knife and fork getting involved midway through. Can these sushi burritos really be eaten on the go?
     
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    it wasnt open yet when I was there in November, I want to try it, not sure how I feel about it but will give it a shot...my friend who lives there ate there and at a different brand off strip, said they are good and big...they come in a wrapper so carrying and eating it shouldnt be an issue and looks like a thin tortilla...BTW, chipotle sucks, lol
     
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    ken2v Wish I was in Bend

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    So it's a giant hand roll, I take it.

    Chipotle has great flavors. I just avoid the rhetorical wars or cognitive dissonance by not thinking it border fare.
     
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    pretty much, think they said there is 12-15 selections or you can build your own


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  5. Jaygee77

    Jaygee77 Low-Roller

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    Excited to try it. I went to a local place yesterday to try to get the same thing, but they only had flour tortillas, not nori wraps. Looks like between this place and In & Out, I'll be doing plenty of fast casual dining at the Linq.
     
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    93 Octane Chief bottle washer

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    Must. Try. Next. Trip.
     
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    yea they opened a few weeks ago, I took that picture during sema in november...I will be trying it when I go in about 11 days
     
  9. Jaygee77

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    Just got back from Vegas, and I got to try the sushi burrito with nori wrap yesterday. The best comparison I could come up with was that it was like biting into a water balloon. It had that kind of give to it, until you actually bit through the nori. With that said, the burrito itself was incredibly filling. Maybe a little pricey at $13, but as a late lunch, it was enough to tide me over for the rest of the day (which admittedly was three hours shorter since I flew back to the east coast).
     
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    i wanted to go in march but didnt get a chance, next time...my girl will always try anything once but wont give this a try...
     
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