Only at SUSHISAMBA will you find a unique blend of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisine, music and design.
SUSHISAMBA is born of the energy and spirit of these three distinct cultures — a tri-cultural coalition that took root in the early 20th century when thousands of Japanese emigrants traveled to South America’s fertile soil to cultivate coffee plantations and find their fortune. In bustling cities like Lima in Peru and São Paulo in Brazil, the integration of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cultures flourished.
This cultural phenomenon launched a culinary coup. Hearty moquecas and colorful seviches found a place at the table along side simple miso soup and tender sashimi. SUSHISAMBA serves these traditional dishes, plus more inventive fare, including Sashimi Seviche, Tuna Tataki and our Wagyu Gyoza. Equal parts imagination and history, the SUSHISAMBA experience is truly unique.
SUSHISAMBA swung open its doors on Park Avenue South in New York City in 1999. Since then, we’ve celebrated over 10 years of singular, soulful style and superlative dining, proudly opening six locations, including a second in New York City, as well as one in Miami Beach, Chicago, Las Vegas (in The Shoppes at The Palazzo) and now London. London is our first international location, which occupies the 38th and 39th floors of the City’s newest skyscraper: Heron Tower. This spring, we look forward to opening a location in Coral Gables, Florida!
Beating at the heart of every SUSHISAMBA is a deep appreciation for enjoying life and celebrating with friends. We welcome you… bem-vindo!
SUSHISAMBA restaurants are operated by Samba Brands Management (SBM), which was founded by Shimon Bokovza, Matthew Johnson and Danielle Billera. In addition to the new location in London, Samba Brands Management oversees SUSHISAMBA locations across the United States, as well as SUGARCANE raw bar grill in Miami and Duck & Waffle in London’s Heron Tower. With over 13 years of experience, the company continues to expand their cutting-edge concepts. To learn more about SBM, click here.