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Where to Eat the Most Amazing Sushi Burritos Around LA

By Lydia Geisel | March 23, 2017 | Food & Drink

If you haven't tasted one yourself, you’ve surely seen them on your Instagram feed. The ultimate hand-held sushi has stolen the west coast’s heart—and isn’t planning on returning it anytime soon. Here, where to find the finest, most inventive sushi burritos around Los Angeles.


Founded on affordability and creativity, this fusion resto prioritizes customization and clean food. At Nushii, customers can build their own burrito—or bowl if you’re in an eating-with-a-fork mood—topped with fresh ingredients from local fisheries and farmers. 1055 Broxton Ave., Los Angeles, 310-231-0380


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If you’re feeling a bit dangerous, head to this snug eatery that is heating traditional Japanese fare up with sushi burritos like Inferno: spicy tuna, house slaw, hot cheetos, and peanut sauce. 507 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, 213-628-3378


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If you consider yourself a health food fiend, retreat to Santa Monica for breadless sandwiches that are brimming with tasty goodness. Their portable and craveable “Kyeritos” range from Asian-inspired options like The Macro (seared salmon, wasabi, rice, nori) and BBQ pork. 1518 Montana Ave., Santa Monica, 310-395-5937

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Don't let the name deceive you, this inventive Mexican cafe is putting a refreshing twist on classic Mexican cuisine by serving tacos and burritos that capitalize on everything from grilled cheese to salmon poké. If you’re craving something open-faced, opt for the ahi tuna tostada; a twist on the classic burrito. 1945 ½ Westwood Blvd., Los Angeles, 424-832-7092


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Food porn takes on new meaning at this North Hollywood hangout that specializes in Boba tea and sushi burritos. Ask to hear about their secret menu at their permanent location or, for a quick burrito-to-go, pop by their food truck in Santa Monica. 5233 Vineland Ave., North Hollywood; truck schedule available online