The Sushi Burrito and Poke Bowl Trend Hits Las Vegas

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Sushi burritos at Tail & Fin
Sushi burritos at Tail & Fin

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Sushi burritos and poke bowls have been taking over the Las Vegas dining scene since last year. One of the biggest names to dive into the trend? Karu Wedhas, a former Nobu chef in Beijing, Malibu and Las Vegas, who just opened his second location in Las Vegas.

Tail & Fin may be a quick-service restaurant, but the healthy flavors coming out of the kitchen make it a must-visit.

“We wanted to give classic sushi rolls a modern makeover,” chef Karu says in a press statement. “We also wanted to keep things simple. On the menu, you will find fresh ingredients that complement the salmon, tuna, and other fish.”

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Guests can choose from a menu of flavor combinations or come up with their own concoctions.

Tail & Fin has locations at 9845 S. Maryland Parkway and at 1910 Village Center Circle Suite 9. Both are open daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Other notable sushi burrito and poke restaurants in Las Vegas include Paina Cafe, “the home of the original poke bowl” from Honolulu at 6870 Spring Mountain Road and Jaburritos at The Linq Promenade.

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