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The Best Sushi Burritos in Toronto

The best sushi burritos in Toronto merges two food concepts into one supreme rolled being. With origins in San Francisco, sushi burritos marry the hulking size of a Mexican wrap with seaweed and raw fish to create the takeout food trend that never really went away.

Here are the best sushi burritos in Toronto. 
 


Rolltation
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Rolltation

There are six locations of this sushi burrito franchise to order giant sushi burritos filled with raw miso salmon, wasabi tuna, kimchi beef and other assortments of Asian fare. Find them scattered around the downtown core near Yonge Street subway stations. 

Ono Poke Bar
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Ono Poke Bar

Head to Liberty Village, Bay Street or near Yonge and Eg for a menu of sushi burritos that includes a more distinctive offering: torched fish. Ono has flame-seared salmon and tuna options for your roll, along with ingredients like BBQ eel and AAA sirloin steak. 


Hoki Poke
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Hoki Poke

The focus is on poke bowls at this takeout spot by Yonge and Wellesley, but as with many shops serving this popular Hawaiian dish, Hoki Poke has a handful of sushi burritos on the menu. Find standard options like salmon, grilled chicken or a fancier torched crabmeat. 

Mi'Hito Sushi Laboratory on College
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Mi'Hito Sushi Laboratory on College

The Rising Sun sushi burrito is one of the more popular items of the extensive menu at this mini-chain, with salmon, tempura bits and crabmeat inside. Mi’Hito takes it to the next level with sushi tacos too. Order at three locations in the city.


Edo Ko
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Edo Ko

Though this restaurant in Forest Hill boasts a traditional Japanese menu of chirashi and bento boxes, it’s not above offering soy-marinated tuna, jerk spiced salmon and tiger shrimp rolled up burrito-style.


Bibab Express
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Bibab Express

This narrow spot on John St. near King offers a number of well priced sushi burritos that pack in 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.

Umami Sushi
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Umami Sushi

This neighbourhood spot for a Japanese food fix has some pricey sushi burritos: a whopping $20 per roll. That being said, the fish portions are generous, plus it’s not that easy to find a Japanese restaurant that’s entirely kosher.


Krazy Roll
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Krazy Roll

Sitting on the shores of Humber Bay is this family-owned Japanese restaurant that does all variations of sushi with purple rice. They have a trio of burritos with an option for vegetarians that includes deep-fried yam and avocados. 

Sushi Run
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Sushi Run

This Etobicoke restaurant does beautiful rolls, and none more beautiful than giant sushi burritos that are breathtaking even before you realize you have the option of getting them deep-fried. 

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez at Rolltation


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