Recently, I walked into this casual and unpretentious venue (that I have wanted to try for a while) to chat to Manuel (co-owner) and finally find out a little of what the inspiration behind the restaurant itself is about.
Manuel has taken a lot of pride in this restaurant offering and it was hard not to be impressed with his passion. He also mentioned that their dishes and food are a concept built around sharing, so it is ideally best enjoyed with a group of at least six (6) people to really get to try all the dishes.
Sushi Burrito & Co's food offering:
TAPAS: Tostados (crispy little tacos), chicken skewers, Sashimi, Korean hot wings, Edamame bowls, and Tempura (served with a delicious ginger soy broth).
BAOS: Teriyaki chicken, Panko-crumbed chicken breast, Subuta pork, Sukiyaki-style beef, crumb mushroom, crispy duck, and Panko-crumbed Panga fish with an assortment of extra spicy sauces.
SUSHI BURRITOS all wrapped with Nori or their famous crunch!
POKE BOWLS: salmon or tuna.
NOOLDE & RICE BOWLS: Chicken Katsu curry classic, Katsu Don (pork), Yaki Soba, Yaki Udon and curry Udon.
And of course salads and desserts.
On my first visit, I only had time to sample a few items like the Tostados (prawn, salmon, tuna) which were small bite size offerings but crunchy, flavoursome and delicious! Plating perfection!
I plan to return very soon with a group of friends to enjoy all the dishes and update this review. Watch this space!