Sushi Samba Dromo
On hearing an elderly client ask why Sushi Samba was always being mentioned in papers alongside the name of a big French hotel called Paris Hilton, a waiter at Sushi Samba was so offended he threatened to spike her sake for blasphemy – or so the story goes.
rnSushi Samba is known as much for its celebrity sightings as for its blend of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisine. The truth about Sushi Samba is that the food is average to good, the interior’s bubbly ceiling transforms the space into what looks like a set on an Austin Powers film, the waiters pout just as much as the customers, and the people who eat there want to be seen.
rnAll in all, it is worth making the trip down trendy Lincoln Road just to sit outside at Sushi Samba, sip on warm sake and munch on a big portion of dragon rolls.