Friday, November 4, 2016

Makirito @ APW Bangsar

What do you get when you take a Japanese sushi roll & infuse it with influences from Hawaiian poke bowls & Tex-Mex burritos? Call it a poke roll, a pokerrito, or in this case, Makirito, the flagship offering of a new pop-up by three young friends, Kent, Joanne & Zhenbon, who show plenty of enthusiasm to stamp their imprint on KL's contemporary F&B landscape.

Have your first taste of Makirito - essentially a burrito-shaped salmon sushi roll, customisable with a choice of sauces - at 11am-8pm, Friday-Sunday (November 4-6 only), in APW Bangsar (home of Breakfast Thieves & PULP). If you miss them here, they can be booked for special events, though they're also plotting to launch a full-fledged Makirito outlet eventually.

Rolls come swollen with luscious salmon (sourced from OUG's respected Top Catch Fisheries), seasoned rice, capelin roe, crisp greens & chuka wakame in a nori wrap, with house-blended sauces like spicy sriracha mayo, shoyu citrus mayo or a light shoyu ponzu, harmoniously flavourful & pleasingly textured, tasting as vibrant as they look - as fresh & fulfilling as a capable Japanese restaurant's sushi roll, with the extra fun of eating it by hand & the convenience of enjoying it on the go if necessary.

Each poke roll (photographed here sliced into two pieces) costs a very fair RM15, but for an even better bargain, Makirito's first 30 customers each day this weekend will be entitled to a buy-one, free-one promo if they like & follow Makirito's Facebook page. Salmon belly is also available at RM5 for three slices. It'll be interesting to keep track of Makirito, as the founders have plans for future initiatives beyond food to make a positive difference in people's lives. Thanks to Makirito for a satisfying lunch.

Makirito
Pop-up at 11am-8pm, Friday-Sunday (November 4-6 only), in APW Bangsar, 29, Jalan Riong, Kuala Lumpur.
Contact Kent at 017-604-9388 or Zhenbon at 014-929-3771


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6 comments:

  1. Nice name, maki + burrito. My girl would enjoy this.

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    1. Suituapui: yeah, it's a cool, playful concept that a lot of customers might appreciate ;)

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  2. First, it was the poke bowls and now we have poke burritos! When I first saw the name, margarita was the first thing that came to mind! :D

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    1. Contact.ewew: yeah, who knows what poke creation we'll see next ;) i wouldn't mind having a margarita after my makirito ;)

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  3. Please bring to KLCC area! I love this idea! Looks yummy and healthy.

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  4. A very colourful ensembles!

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