Board a glass-sided lift that takes you high up the Salesforce Tower London (formerly Heron Tower), where you can sample a unique fusion of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisine. This lively restaurant and cocktail bar serves the likes of Brazilian churrasco, Peruvian anticuchos and Japanese tempura; with its small plates ideal for sharing.
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110 BishopsgateLondonEC2N 4AY
- +44 20 3640 7330
Where to begin? Well, if shelling out loads of money for feeling fancy for a while is your thing, then by all means, splurge here. The food, while a tad overpriced, is delicious, prepared to near-perfection, and the portions are tiny. Hey, I didn't say it was perfect.
Obviously, they are known for their sushi, but if you're not a fish-eater, like me, they also have some pretty good meat and...more
Over priced, over rated. If you just want to enjoy the view, just go up for drinks to the 39th floor (no reservations required). Service is ok. Reservations strongly recommended for dinner though.more
Tried to get a 6pm dinner reservation same day on a thursday and it was impossible. I didn't find the reservation agent I spoke with to be that helpful. I had to pry her for an alternate solution about how we could still enjoy the restaurant although the tables were booked. I asked about the rooftop terrace (knew about from yelp) and it wasn't until then she said it was open for walk in first...more
The interior is nice, and the terrace is even better.
The Japanese and Brazilian cuisine is a nice combination. The staff warm welcoming and greeting upon arriving and leaving the place is still ringing in my ears.
I think this place looks & feels so different at night with their dim light.more
Honestly if you're not here for the food, then please do come here for the views! They're amazingly epic! and rivals the shard and sky gardens. and you do kinda get same-ish views on landmarks like the Gherkin.
In terms of views, you dont get the same scope but at night, it really is terrific and an experience in itself. Upon entering the floor of Sushisamba, it felt like walking through a...more