Wrap N' Roll Sushi Burrito, a Mexican-Japanese fast casual fusion restaurant, is scheduled to open on Tuesday, replacing Trey B Cakes at 1801 L Street.
Their menu features what they call sushi burritos. Instead of a tortilla, they use seaweed, and fill it burrito style with a mix of Japanese and Mexican ingredients. For example, their Sashimi Burrito features guacamole, jalapenos, tempura shrimp and habanera sauce as some of its ingredients.
Here's a picture of a "sushi burrito"from their Facebook page.
They haven't posted their Midtown menu yet, but here's the menu for their original Elk Grove location.
I stopped by the midtown location on Saturday morning, and a quick peek (while I was standing outside in the rain, so it really was a quick peek) through the window shows that they basically have the same menu, with the prices increasing less than a dollar, presumably to account for the higher real estate costs.
Wrap N' Roll Sushi Burrito is located at 1801 L Street, and can be found online at http://www.wrapnrollsushiburrito.com/.
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