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Boisterous haunt at the Palazzo offering flavors from Japan, Brazil & Peru in a clublike setting.
Only at SUSHISAMBA will you find a unique blend of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian culture and cuisine. 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 alongside simple miso soup and tender sashimi. SUSHISAMBA serves these traditional dishes, plus more inventive fare, including sawagani, tuna tataki and anticuchos. Equal parts imagination and history, the SUSHISAMBA experience is truly unique.
SUSHISAMBA swung its doors open in New York City in 1999. Since then, the restaurant group has celebrated over 15 years of singular, soulful style and superlative dining, proudly opening locations in Miami, Las Vegas, London and Amsterdam.
Beating at the heart of every SUSHISAMBA is a deep appreciation for enjoying life and celebrating with friends.
Address: 3327 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA
- Frank Pulliza
My absolute favorite restaurant anywhere, and I've never looked at the menu. Chef's table: give them your tastes, they will bring you amazing dish after amazing dish. And after all these years, they still manage to surprise with new and different offerings along side their classics.
- Jeffrey Nessen
Let them pick your food. For less than $100 a person they will create an experience just for you. I told them about food allergies and they were able to customize certain parts of the meal just for me. Generally we steered them in the direction of what we like and they took care of the rest. The food is great and so is the service.
- David Koepke
One of the best Japanese- South American fusion restaurants I've ever been to. The food was exquisite and service was very fast. If in doubt of what to try, just ask the waiter. Or waiter was very knowledgeable about all the food and beverage options. I would not hesitate to try anything they suggest. Reservations are not required but highly recommended if going on a weekend (they stay busy).
- A Cummings
Bar needs refreshing, the $6 happy hour saki is a very small pour. The price for the hot rock entree where you get to cook your steak on the rock isn't listed on the menu, when I asked I was shocked at the $160 price tag for 5oz. The food is beautifully presented, hopefully you can leverage a company expense account.