Can You Eat This Five-Pound Sushi Burrito (Plus Crab Rangoons and Ice Cream) in 30 Minutes at Roll On In Lebanon?

The Lebanon spot of the sushi burrito restaurant is asking guests if they can Slay the Burrito

click to enlarge Eat all this, get a T-shirt - PHOTO: ROLL ON IN
Photo: Roll On In
Eat all this, get a T-shirt

Want to prep your stomach to gorge on assorted meats this Thanksgiving? Interested in punishing your intestines? Well, Roll On In Lebanon has a challenge for you.

The eatery has introduced a Slay the Burrito Challenge, which invites intrepid diners to consume a five-pound sushi burrito, two orders of crab rangoons, two drinks and eight ounces of Buzzed Bull Creamery ice cream (the Asian-fusion eatery and boozy ice cream shop have co-branded locations) in 30 minutes. 

You can take the challenge any time but Roll On In is also hosting select competitions where they're inviting two customers to go head-to-head to see who can eat the most food the fastest. The first competition will be held at 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1. There will be a second challenge in mid to late November and if you're interested in competing, contact the Roll On In Lebanon team via Facebook.

Regardless of how you go about the gluttony, if you are capable of eating all that food in less than half an hour, you get a gift card and a Burrito Slayer shirt. 

According to a descriptor, "Roll On In is known for their sushi burritos but offers hibachi bowls, noodles, tacos, and more. Their Asian fusion menu gives customers unique but familiar options when placing their order in the fast casual environment. Customers can expect a fully customized experience from selecting their base (white rice, brown rice, fried rice, noodles) to picking their protein (steak, chicken, crab, shrimp, tofu and more) and then garnishing their burrito, bowl, or tacos with their favorite vegetables, sauces, toppings, and more." 

Roll On In Lebanon is located at 44 E. Mulberry St., Lebanon. The challenge will be coming soon to other Roll On In locations.

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