The Mexipanese Menu Marries Asian and Mexican Cuisine Influences

By: Jana Pijak - Jun 22, 2016
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Chef Roy Choi -- who first gained fame after opening his successful Kogi BBQ food truck in Los Angeles -- brings his creativity to Las Vegas with Mexipanese, a unique restaurant concept that marries Asian and Mexican food influences.

Remixing cultural dishes, Mexipanese offers Asian fusion burritos that are not only tasty but also health-conscious. Made with fresh ingredients like edamame. spinach and kale greens, this menu item also replaces traditional chicken and beef additives with fresh ahi tuna poke -- ideal for those sticking to a seafood diet that involves little meat. Additionally, each Asian fusion burrito is unwrapped and served in salad bowls, eliminating gluten and unnecessary carbs.

Fusing influences from multiple cultures, this unique Las Vegas eatery targets adventurous foodies with a flair for trying new things. The restaurant's well-traveled target audience is not only limited to one favorite cuisine type but instead loves to combine their favorite dishes while staying health-conscious in the process.