Ready for an innovative culinary experience spiked with Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian ingredients and inspiration-all overlooking an Instagram-ready canal-side view?
“The energy and vibrancy of Amsterdam and its international appeal make it a natural fit for SUSHISAMBA as we continue to expand our brand,” says Shimon Bokovza, managing partner and CEO of Orange Brands Management. “
Here’s a sneak peek:
SUSHISAMBA Amsterdam sits on the waterfront of the stunning 17th-century, UNESCO World Heritage site, the Singelgracht Canal. The area is adjacent to the famed Holland Casino Amsterdam in Leidse Square, an area rich with culinary, art and cultural attractions.
The location is open in every sense of the word, from its exposed kitchen to the restaurant’s floor-to-ceiling windows, inviting an open air dining experience during warmer months.
Guests will enjoy signature dishes including Crispy Yellowtail Taquitos with avocado and roasted corn miso, Churrasco Rio Grande of ribeye, chorizo and aged picanha; Moqueca Mista, the fresh Brazilian seafood stew accented with coconut and lime and many more.
Ready for raw? Kanpachi Tiradito with yuzu, sea salt, black truffle oil and Tuna Seviche with pomegranate leche de tigre, maiz morado, wasabi peas and basil and countless other creative sushi and sashimi options will be at the ready.
A dynamic bar area showcases SUSHISAMBA’s expansive list of signature cocktails created by Head of Spirit and Cocktail Development Rich Woods. Highlights include the Kaifirinha, a creative take on Brazilian classic and the Tom Yam, a culinary fresh and fiery cocktail creation that’s a cooling combination of coriander, ginger, lime leaf and chili spiked with vodka and served with an accompanying nigiri.
World renowned Dutch architect H.J.M. (Hans) Ruijssenaars designed the exterior, drawing inspiration from the Fushimi Inari Shrine in southern Kyoto. The interior was conceived by acclaimed Dutch design house, Woodfever, who bring Japan, Brazil and Peru-SUSHISAMBA’s three cultural muses-to life.