Here's That Mexican Sushi Food Truck You've Been Asking About

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Laura Hahnefeld
Bandera Roll
Oh, hey, hi. How's your day going so far? You know that Mexican sushi food truck you're always going on about? Yeah, I found it.

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It's called Sushinola Roll and it opened last September on the city's west side. A banner says it's sushi done Sinaloa-style (a la the northwestern state of Mexico), but something tells me you'll come up with your own name for it.

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Laura Hahnefeld
There are three categories of sushi rolls: Natural, breaded and fried, and baked -- along with a few other also-fried specialties. Don't get freaked out by the $8, $9, and $9.50 price points, the rolls are huge and you'll get more Sushinola than you'll know what to do with.

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Laura Hahnefeld
Sushinola Roll
Ready for the Mexican/sushi mash-up? Great. Brace yourself for sushi prepared with ingredients you're familiar with like cream cheese (which, by the way, is in all the rolls), cucumber, and shrimp along with more decidedly Mexican- and Spanish-style items like carne asada, salsa, and Manchego cheese.

Served up with a crab salad, carrot salad, roasted pepper, lemon-y soy sauce, and squirt bottles of Schezwan and chipotle sauces, your mash-up meal can be washed down with fruity ice tea, Mexican coke, or aguas frescas.

Would I like some? Oh, no thank you. I've had a bite or two and I'm going to say Sushinola Roll simply isn't for me. But on the night of my visit, the food truck's dining tent was filled with those who thought differently. Best to visit yourself and see what you think.

Sushinola Roll
3840 West Indian School
602-503-0051

Hours:
4 to 11 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday
1 to 11 p.m. Friday through Sunday

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Sushinola Roll

, Phoenix, AZ

Category: Restaurant


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tomateros85
tomateros85

I have been there plenty of times and have never left unsatisfied. As far as not eating sushi out of a truck its kind of dumb specially for this one because everything is cooked there is no raw fish and thousands of  people eat carne asada tacos and burritos out of a truck every day whats the difference if instead of itr being on a tortilla its wrapped in rice and either fried baked or fresh... dont ever knock it till you try it. just because someone does not like it mean you wont.

Jk Grence
Jk Grence

A friend just recently told me about a Mexican sushi place on the other end of town... In the Fiesta Mall food court.

Shannon Dealing
Shannon Dealing

I see everyone but Mexican sushi mash UPS. Spell it out for me yo

bmcphx
bmcphx

So my parents live out in Maryvale and I usually take Indian School across town, and when I saw this truck I made a U-turn and took a picture of it, then continued to tell people about it. I was not telling people in a good sense though, sorry but sushi out of a truck is likely the last thing I will ever eat.

Shannon Dealing
Shannon Dealing

Where can we find a list or map of where this truck is or will be?

bmcphx
bmcphx

the address they posted isn't enough?

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