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You Can Now Get A Sushi Burrito In Toronto

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You Can Now Get A Sushi Burrito In Toronto

The best of both worlds have finally come together in Toronto. You can now get a sushi burrito from one of Toronto's new food trucks.  If the name doesn't tell you all, a sushi burrito is pretty much a huge sushi maki in the shape of a burrito.

The food truck will cruise the streets of Toronto, serving sushi burritos that include shrimp, crab, chicken and a variety of vegetables.

Follow their Instagram to keep up with locations. 

Read also: 11 Ontario Ice Cream Shops That Are Worth The Drive

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