Eat and Drink Everything you need to know about NYC's newest sushi burritos By MELISSA KRAVITZ Updated October 8, 2015 2:46 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email There's a new sushi burrito in town. In July, New York was #blessed with Umi Temakaria's sushi burritos, the first NYC rendition of a legendary mash-up popular on the worse coast. Now, Hai Street Kitchen, a Philadelphia-based fast-casual Japanese restaurant, has popped up at Broadway Bites to share five of their most popular sushi burritos. Plus, wasabi guac (extra). The line outside Hai Street Kitchen is noticeably long. Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz The popularity of sushi burritos as a category of amazing food group, along with the component that they're rolled, to order makes the line at this Broadway Bites booth remarkably more tense than any nearby vendors. Choose from chicken katsu, shrimp tempura, tuna tartare, tataki salmon and a vegetarian roll. Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz Along with your protein, grilled vegetables, spicy sauces and crunchy toppings are all rolled up with sushi rice and nori. Sushi burritos are priced from $9-12. The sushi burrito comes in a very convenient portable box. Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz Hop on the train or run all the way back to your office because you spent your entire lunch break getting a sushi burrito... it will still be safe! And here's what's inside! Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz Sushi burrito! Yay! A thin sheet of crisp nori encases rice, vegetables, protein and sauce. The filling to fish ratio was skewed highly toward the filling. For those who flock towards salads for lunch, this is a fun, veggie-packed substitute. Nom, nom, nom... bite into a sushi burrito! Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz Broadway Bites, at 33rd St. and Broadway, is open from 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. daily, through November 13. And for those chilly October days: Fried chicken sushi burrito! Photo Credit: Melissa Kravitz The Hai Street Chicken is made with freshly crisp chicken katsu, black pepper teriyaki sauce, romaine, pickled red onion, red cabbage and green papaya salad. Pair it with a sweet green tea (matcha!) and you have a meal much more impressive than that new chicken and sweet tea restaurant that opened a few blocks north. By MELISSA KRAVITZ Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.