Perfect for those seeking alternatives to red meat and poultry during Lent, Rubio’s is introducing a new Norway Lobster Burrito, and the return of a favorite—the Wild-Caught Red Argentinian Shrimp. Both are available February 26—May 26 and served in nearly 200 Rubio’s restaurants across California, Arizona, Colorado, Nevada and Florida.
The new Norway Lobster Burrito features succulent, Norway Lobster caught off the Atlantic coast, and drizzled with garlic herb butter, fresh, handmade guacamole, citrus rice flavored with lemongrass and lime juice, black beans, romaine lettuce, creamy chipotle sauce and salsa fresca—all wrapped in a warm flour tortilla.
Plus, guests can enjoy the return of Rubio’s Wild-Caught Shrimp and Mexican Street Corn Bowl, featuring our wild Argentinian shrimp on a bed of citrus rice and romaine lettuce, with black beans, fire roasted corn and topped with cilantro lime mojo sauce, creamy chipotle sauce, cotija cheese, Haas avocado slices, cilantro, onion and chili lime Tajin seasoning. Also, back on the menu is the Wild-Caught Shrimp and Mexican Street Corn Two Taco Plate.
For all the shrimp lovers, Rubio’s is introducing a new Shrimp Trio, featuring Rubio’s most popular shrimp tacos, the Grilled Gourmet Shrimp Taco, the Salsa Verde Shrimp Taco and the limited-time-only Wild-Caught Shrimp and Mexican Street Corn Taco. The delicious new trio will be available on Taco Tuesdays for just $7.99.
Rubio’s Coastal Grill has been credited with pioneering the fish taco phenomenon in the U.S. Today, Rubio’s has expanded its menu to include a variety of grilled seafood including responsibly sourced shrimp, wild-caught Alaska salmon and pollock, and wild-caught mahi mahi, and features bold, unique flavors in tacos, burritos, bowls and salads. Rubio’s encourages guests to eat seafood twice a week to lower the risk of heart attack and stroke, based on the American Heart Association’s recommendation.