This one’s called Salmon Samba ($10.00 USD) and it has oven baked agave soy salmon, tempura asparagus, namasu cucumber, butter lettuce, avocado, pepitas, wasabi dust, and teri-mayo. The agave soy salmon brought sweet flavours to the roll which was interesting. The crunchy tempura asparagus also brought the crunch factor, so all in all, it was a pretty good roll!
If you are to try Sushirrito and you can only get one roll, get the Geisha’s Kiss ($12.00 USD). It’s definitely the best tasting sushi roll/ burrito I’ve ever tasted in my life. It has yellowfin tuna (hand-line caught), tamago, piquillo peppers, yuzu tobiko, lotus chips, namasu cucumber, butter lettuce, avocado, and sesame white soya.
On a hot summer day, this was pure heaven. I was pleasantly surprised by the large chunks of high quality tuna, the crisp of the lotus root chips, and the burst of delicious flavours from the sesame soya and piquillo peppers. When I thoroughly enjoy what I’m eating, I continuously nod my head in delight and won’t say a word. This was worthy of that.
In conclusion, GO TO SUSHIRRITO!! SO DELICIOUSSSS!!
Service Rating: 4/5
Food Rating: 5/5
Overall Rating: 5/5
I would be this happy if someone gave me Sushiritto for my birthday XD