Sushirrito / San Francisco

226 Kearny St at Sutter St. San Francisco 94108
Opening Hours
Mon, Tue, Wed 11:00 - 16:00
Thu, Fri, Sat 11:00 - 20:00

Sushirrito is the creator of the World's FIRST Sushi Burrito! All of Sushirrito's creations are a fusion of Asian and Latin flavors and completely original. As a chef-driven restaurant, we serve fine dining quality menu in a casual environment. Our sushi burritos are made-to-order, using the freshest (never frozen) ultra-premium fish and ingredients on the market. We have rolls to satisfy carnivores and vegetarians too! In 2011, our founders Peter & Ty embarked on a journey to combine their love of sushi and burritos in San Francisco. And after months of research (ahem, eating!), the sushi burrito was born! We now have 6 restaurants in the San Francisco Bay Area, and 2 restaurants in NYC.

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Tips from the Net @ Sushirrito
Alyssa Li en
Highly recommend the sumo crunch. Delicious with reasonable price. It’s a perfect place for lunch to go and it does not have in store dining area. Visited the store at 2pm and not so many people. If you are a visitor of San Francisco, sushiritto is a must try! GooglePlace - April 2018
Jack C en
This place was recommended by online editor and I absolutely love the idea of combining sushi and burrito together. It was delicious and filling! I wish UK has something similar, so I could make a visit regularly. Highly recommended. GooglePlace - March 2018
Mark Trujillo en
This was our first place to eat while in SF. Wow I am glad we gave this place a try, this was some of the freshest sushi I have had, better than some sit down sushi bars. The menu is very creative and the portions were gigantic equal to about three rolls at most restaurants. We are just bummed that we do not have this restaurant in Phoenix. We will definitely be eating here again when we come back to visit SF. GooglePlace - March 2018
Judy Son en
Salmon samba Foursquare - February 2018
Luiz Centenaro en
A sushi burrito. Pretty funky and unique experience. I had Geishas kiss and it was very filling but I prefer a more standard sushi experience. Overall it will cost about $12 for your meal and the line goes by quick! GooglePlace - February 2018