Starbucks only jumped on a sushi burrito bandwagon.
The coffee authorization is offered a Japanese-Mexican mash-up during only dual Chicago locations as partial of a recently-launched Mercato menu, that focuses on healthy lunch options done uninformed daily.
The Chicken Maki Roll is Starbucks’ take on a musty food trend. The chain’s site calls it a “classic California duck burrito with a twist.”
The hurl is filled with shredded chicken, tomatillo salsa, orange crema, cucumber and preserved cabbage with onions, avocado and crispy onion, all wrapped in gummy sushi rice and nori (seaweed).
It differs from a standard sushi burrito since it uses duck instead of uninformed fish. But who would wish tender tuna that’s been sitting in a Starbucks arrangement fridge all day?
If a hybrid has a good response, Starbucks skeleton to hurl it out in locations nationwide. Right now, propitious Chicago residents can squeeze them during a LaSalle Monroe mark (39 S. LaSalle St.) and in a Bronzeville district during 3506 S. State St.
New Yorkers longing a sushi burrito now can conduct over to spots like Uma Temakeria in Chelsea or Sushirrito in Flatiron or Midtown.
Starbucks has taken advantage of several other trends this year, debuting avocado widespread in Mar and a “Unicorn Frappuccino” in April.