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May 18, 2017

Up Roll Cafe


I was skeptical at first - a sushi burrito?  I was not sold on the whole sushi + burrito concept. But I've been trying to live by the motto "it doesn't hurt to try things once", so when my friend suggested it for lunch one day, I decided to try it.











 To place your order, grab an order sheet, dry erase pen, and start marking your selections. It's very easy. Here's a link to a sample order form: https://www.uprollcafe.com/order-sheet-1.  Choose between a roll or a bowl, choose your protein, base (white or brown rice, quinoa, or salad), sauce and toppings.

Hand it to the cashier, pay for your food, and wait for your name to be called.

Rolls, whether you dine in or order it to-go are served like this:


Rolls are pre-cut, and all you have to do is peel back the white paper, pour on your dressing, and enjoy.

My friend ordered the Aioli chicken....



and I ordered the teriyaki chicken, which I really enjoyed.




These rolls were $9.25 each, which sounds expensive for a sushi roll, but it's actually a decent sized portion of rice, protein and veggies.  The portion and taste exceeded my expectations and I will definitely return to try the other rolls on the menu.


Up Roll Cafe
665 Halekauwila Street
(909) 475-0099

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