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The Best Sushi Burritos in Toronto

The best sushi burritos are at the head of the pack when it comes to this fusion seafood trend that’s all the rage right now. Sushi burritos, or giant maki filled with a rainbow assortment of fillings from raw fish to bulgogi meat and all kinds of veggies, have taken Instagram and Toronto by storm.

Here are the best sushi burritos in Toronto.


Rolltation
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Rolltation

With locations near University and Dundas and Yonge and Eglinton, one of Toronto's first sushi burrito joints lets you build your own from a wide range of ingredients like salmon, wasabi tuna, kimchi beef, chicken cheddar, fruity tofu, or other proteins, add veggies like purple potato, jicama and jalapeno, and top with sauces like unagi raspberry BBQ and cheddar mayo.

Su & Bu
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Su & Bu

This narrow spot on John St. near King offers a number of well priced sushi burritos that pack salmon, tuna, and tofu in various ways. The Gringo’s Delight is perhaps the most unique of the bunch with shrimp tempura, surimi crab and nacho cheese.


Hoki Poke
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Hoki Poke

This Rosedale takeout stuff their sushi burritos with black rice and fills them with good quality salmon, and ahi tuna as well as non fish options like grilled chicken and tofu. You can also add wasabi peas and rice cracker bits as toppings.

Mi'hito
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Mi'hito

Find creative sushi burritos at this self-proclaimed sushi laboratory near College and Spadina. Mind-blowing ingredients like smoked duck, lobster, and unagi can be found here.


Sushitto
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Sushitto

This Little Italy fusion spot is dishing up humongous sushi burritos with lobster, shrimp, eel, spicy salmon, tuna and salmon, and other options, and you can also crush some local beers along with your wrap here.


Pokito
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Pokito

Hefty poke burritos where you can choose from several options or create your own are served at this Queen West poke place. The 420 comes with tuna and salmon, and the Spicy Citrus Blaze adds a spicy pineapple chow to that.

Ono Poke Bar
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Ono Poke Bar

Sushi burritos with torched fish are available at this Liberty Village place, as well as an ahi honey tuna with honey onion sauce, and a steak and torched cheese option.


Poke Wrap
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Poke Wrap

You can create a poke wrap with zucchini noodles, rice, or lettuce at this joint near Yonge and Dundas, or choose from Toronto (spicy salmon), Alaskan (white tuna), or Tokyo (salmon and crab) combos.

Square Fish
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Square Fish

This place on Queen West is reinventing raw fish, though for their sushi burritos they do offer kalbi beef and chicken as proteins along with salmon, scallops, shrimp and tuna.

Lead photo by

Jesse Milns at Pokito

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