Sure the Sushi Samba can be found in NYC, Miami, Chicago and London, though the best is in Las Vegas at the Palazzo with the coolest interior of all it’s like dining inside a museum of radical and tasteful art. Go for lunch, dinner or Happy Hour to enjoy the unique fiery blend of Brazilian, Peruvian and ocean fresh Japanese culinary infusions.
Step into this wonderful glass façade eatery under a 16-foot ceiling and impressive atrium where you are embraced by curving ribbons of brilliant color. Video screens play Rio's Carnival to further enhance your cultural and dining experience of Brazil, Japan and Peru.
Their fabulous menu combining Japanese, Peruvian and Brazilian inspirations are absolutely incredible. There’s something interesting for virtually everyone here and you are sure to enjoy the tiraditos, robata samba rolls and tuna and foie gras. Start off with 6 different flavors of their specialty cocktails that they call “the tower of drinks” (3 Towers)! Then move to a selection of great Sake with reheat service should your bottle cool off too much.
This is one exciting culinary experience and one you will never forget.
At Sushi Samba you will find some of the best Asian fusion items hard to imagine until you see, smell and taste them. The best are not even on the menu. You have to ask the professional, accommodating, courteous and patient wait staff about those specialties and set your own price points. This is a great and tasty line up at $90 per person:
- The Peruvian bay scallops garlic style
- Yamato roll 10/10 served with foie gras
- platter with edamame
- ceviche tacos,
- Salt and Pepper Squid
- Berkshire Pork Gyoza
- roasted chilies
- tempura green beans with white white truffle aioli
- sea bass skewers with Peruvian corn
- Kobe beef gyoza, wagyu,
- Complimented with two different kinds of sushi rolls – tuna, tempura shrimp
- Miscellaneous tasty tray of large variety of sushi
A couple of great additions separate from the (per person) delights might be the Peruvian corn, purple potatoes and quinoa dishes. The Chilean sea bass 10/10 is a tender melt in your mouth skewer of fish.
For dessert try the warm chocolate banana cake or arroz con leite with doce de leite ice cream, mango and sake gelée. Perhaps the Peruvian Hot Chocolate com Créme served with traditional churros, Coco Duo dark and white chocolate custard with praline, Carmen Miranda seasonal fresh fruit and yuzu sorvete Coconut Soup seasonal fresh fruit, passion fruit sorvete, coffee pearl.
There are more delicious and sinful treats that await you but I am sure you get the idea of the cultural dessert infusions that are to be sampled and enjoyed! Go and visit your artistic side at Sushi Samba - Palazzo, you will be glad that you did!
4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m., Sunday - Friday at the bar. Featuring $6 aperitivo, caipirinha and mojito specials and Reverse Happy Hour begins at 11:00 p.m.