Try this new concept in fast food casual restaurants from Las Vegas: fresh sushi! Who would’ve thought it?! Dishes are served as bowls over rice, or as a Japanese-style burrito, wrapped in seaweed rolls.
Customers order at a counter, similar to Subway, Chipotle, and Garbanzos.
The menu is organized like this: first you choose whether you’d like a burrito (with a wrapper of soy paper, wheat tortilla, or seaweed) or a bowl with brown or white rice, or vegetables. Next you choose your raw sushi meat or cooked chicken, and vegetable toppings. There’s a variety of sauces as well like chipotle mayo, nacho cheese, poke sauce, kimchi aioli (hot cabbage & garlic mayo), sweet chili, ponzu (sweet), creamy cilantro and more.
You can make your own combination from scratch, which would be very helpful for anyone with food issues, or you can chew some of the pre-designed favorites. There are about 10 designed meals.
Look at the choices of sides just above– there’s guacamole, avocado, red onion, green onion, spinach, fresh or pickled jalapeños, cabbage, kimchi (Korean spicy cabbage), cucumber, corn and a lot more.
The food prices start around $7.50 for an adult bowl or burrito meal, with some of the pre-designed meals around $10.50.
The food was really good – fresh and healthy. It was really easy for me to eat, in spite of having multiple food allergies. People who eat Paleo can opt for the vegetable bowl, or a no-rice burrito. Vegetarians can do egg over brown rice or an all-vegetable option. People who can’t handle raw fish can do cooked chicken with nacho sauce over rice or vegetables.
Meat choices included yellow tail, salmon, spicy tuna (ground fine), crab, chicken, omelette or tofu.
This concept came from a professional chef, John Chien Lee, who worked his way up to executive chef at Social House in Las Vegas, but then decided open his own restaurant. This fast food sushi option is just the latest. He has three locations in Las Vegas, and I dined at the 2600 West Sahara Avenue location. The main website is www.SohoSushiBurrito.com.
So next time you’re doing a convention in Las Vegas or visiting for some sun, check out this delicious fast food restaurant.
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