A Sushi Roll and a Burrito Walk Into A Bar…: Inspiration Roll in Morristown, NJ

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They fall in love, live happily ever after, and gave to man <<The Sushirrito>>. Fatboi Tendencies took a trip on a fine Friday afternoon in search of the perfect blend of Japanese and Mexican cuisine. What they found was;

Inspiration Roll
46 S Park Pl, Morristown, NJ 07960
http://www.inspirationroll.com/

and it was inspirational indeed.

12965007_1761814740716982_754582551_nAfter long deliberation, Jess chose the American Dream, which consists of spicy tuna, cucumber, guacamole, mango, lettuce, tempura flakes, multi-grained rice, and spicy mayo in a seaweed wrap.

Christie decided to go rogue and make her own roll of shrimp tempura, lettuce, multi-grained rice, fried onion, spicy mayo, teriyaki, and cucumber in a seaweed wrap.

In addition to signature and make-your-own sushirritos, Inspiration Roll offers ramen bowls, bao (steamed buns) with pork or shrimp, and sides such as the Confucius Nachos and the R.O.C. popcorn chicken.

If you’re feeling extra artsy and upload a photo of your meal to Instagram and tag @inspirationroll_morristown, you get entered to win a free sushirrito or ramen bowl! There’s a winner every week, what more could ya ask for? Even if you’re not local to Morristown, it is worth the trip to experience this delicious creation. 

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-Christie & Jess @fatboitendencies

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Jess and Christie

Jess and Christie, from central and northern New Jersey respectively, met and became friends as college freshman at the University of Scranton in 2010. Through the years they have shared their enthusiasm for food, drink, and humor, and on March 11th 2016, @FatboiTendencies was born. Their posts are known for puns, dad jokes, pop culture references, as well as foods that may be bad for you but are pleasing to both your eyes and tastebuds. They are extremely honored and excited to be joining the talented ladies at Girls On Food!

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