Whole Foods Market Launches the Sushi Burrito

Sushi Burrito with Tuna
Sushi Burritos are all the rage and this is one food trend that I am all for! I recently met up with a couple of girlfriends, to include Caitlin of @ouratx_official, for a Sunday Funday sushi brunch at Whole Foods Domain. We perused the enticing menu which includes a Veggie, Shrimp, Tuna, Salmon and Beef Sushi Burrito offerings. We placed our orders, found some cold adult beverages and made our way to their relaxing patio. 
Our Sushi Burritos, Wine and Beer Spread at Whole Foods Market
I ordered the Tuna Burrito with sushi grade tuna, shredded carrot, cucumber, creamy avocado, crunchy red cabbage, nori komi, a hint of \”spicy sauce\” wrapped in perfectly cooked rice and seaweed. I paired this delicious sushi burrito with a refreshing rose wine from the Draft Shack making for my definition of the perfect meal. What is the verdict? The Whole Foods Market Sushi Burrito is a generous portion menu item that is chock full of fresh quality ingredients, I loved it! It is fun to eat and I could barely finish the delectable sushi goodness. Portion wise, the burrito would easily equal the size of 2-3 maki rolls making it reasonably priced ranging from $8.99 – $10.99.
Have you tried a sushi burrito? What are your thoughts?

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