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Naked Salmon Burrito Roll – Sushi Burri (Poke Burri) ATLANTA

Sushi Burrito Atlanta (Sushi Burri)

Naked Salmon Burrito Roll

About $11
8.5

Quality

8.8/10

Taste

8.6/10

Price (worth)

8.3/10

Serving Size

8.2/10

Service

8.7/10

Pros

  • Taste
  • Quality
  • Price

Cons

  • Lack of drink options
  • RAW (if you don't eat RAW)

Menu

Location: 479 Flat Shoals Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30316

Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11:30am-9:30pm

Item: Naked Salmon Burrito Roll (Sushi Burrito)

Price: Around $11

Phone Number: (404) 913-7667

Sushi Burritos are one of those items that are trending hard amongst sushi lovers, as places are being forced to offer these amazing burritos to keep customers satisfied.

Living in the Atlanta area, it is surprisingly hard to find these Sushi Burritos as there are only 3 or 4 places that offer these delicious items.

Naked Salmon Burrito Roll - Sushi Burri (Poke Burri) ATLANTA

Luckily for me, I found Sushi Burri or Poke Burri, (which I think was the old name before they moved to the East Atlanta Village).

Sushi Burri can be found in a small corner of the Flat Shoals marketplace, as they are a truly one of a kind, delicious Sushi Burrito spot. While the photo above is a Naked Salmon Burrito Roll, I will tell you that since then I have been back twice to try their other sushi burritos.

Sushi Burrito Atlanta (Sushi Burri)

The Naked Salmon Burrito Roll is quite delicious and almost guaranteed to be enjoyable if you are a real sushi fan. While some of Sushi Burri’s other items may be cooked, one should be aware that these wraps and the vegetables and meats contained inside of them, are often RAW. If this is a problem for you, you should avoid this sushi burrito spot, as I believe the majority of their items come in this fashion.

It is also important to note that while Sushi Burri is located within a marketplace of a lot of other eating places, they do not have many drink options, as I ended up getting complimentary water at the front of the marketplace.

Sushi Burrito Atlanta (Sushi Burri)

Other than those two critiques, the Sushi Burri spot in the East Atlanta Village, is more than worth a visit, as the sushi burrito’s are made with love and care. The taste was excellent enough to bring me back the second week, and the serving size is certain to get you the amount of sushi you want.

Also, make sure that if you are  sauce person like me,  you ask for a spicy mayo, or sriracha teriyaki sauce.