Sushi, Burritos
$ $
825 14th St NW (at I St NW)
Washington, DC 20005
(202) 670-6770
11:00am - 8:00pm
11:00am - 8:00pm
11:00am - 8:00pm
11:00am - 8:00pm
11:00am - 8:00pm
12:00pm - 5:00pm


  • Big fan. A little pricey but good ingredients. I thought their tuna was better than the salmon.
  • Burrito-sized sushi may upset purists, but they're delicious nonetheless. Try the Beatrix Roll: yellowfin tuna & salmon sashimi, cucumber, pickled cabbage, green onion, tempura crunch, & unagi sauce.
  • I revise my earlier tip, the Hanzo is my favorite! Would eat every day if possible.
  • I strongly recommend getting the "Sofie" - Crunchy, tangy shrimp tempura, avocado, pickled cabbage, carrot, toasted sesame seeds, red tobiko, and sriracha mayo
  • So awesome if you're a sushi lover. No real sit-down space. There are also veggie and meat (pulled pork) options. Opens at 11am - plan to arrive by 11:30am or plan to stand a while outside in line.
  • Beatrix = refreshing, flavorful, and scrumptious! Huge portions and very filling
  • Thats crazy 88 was bomb!
  • Best sushi burrito Ive had in this country!
  • Portions are huge! Both vegetarian options are excellent.
  • The Beatrix lives up to the hype; it's the closest thing to a tuna/salmon roll on the menu. Gogo was disappointing as the taste was overpowered by the coconut flavor.
  • SO GOOD!! Had their special roll that day with spicy tuna and some coconut concoctions I wish there was one in Iowa
  • Employees will bite your hand if you ask to change the order as according to their menu, but pretty good if you escape with one of your hands
  • The Breatrix sushi burrito is the best! Savory and Sweet.
  • Beatrix, add avocado. Best. Thing. Ever.
  • Tasty sushi the size of a burrito rolled in seaweed. The Sofie, with Shrimp Tempura, is my favorite. Try the all-natural blueberry soda.
  • Come on a Saturday when it's not crowded. You might wind up with a bite full of straight veggies with no protein, but it's definitely worth the experience.
  • Orange ginger snickerdoodle w/ Chinese five spice is interesting but just ok
  • The Beatrix is very good and gives you a taste of both the tuna and salmon sashimi. It is a good amount of food for a reasonable price. The pork shoulder option also looked great.
  • The Beatrix is so close to that of an actual sushi roll that you end up paying $12 for a full sushi meal that will fill you up.
  • Buredo lives up to the hype - fresh, delicious, speedy, and priced comparably to traditional sushi places.

Nearby places

950 13th St. NW (I St. NW)
1090 I St NW (at New York Ave NW)
3001 Connecticut Ave NW (at Hawthorne St NW)