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
I'm generally a fan of the hole-in-the-wall compared to the over-hyped restaurant, but SushiSamba actually lived up to expectations and would absolutely recommend.
To begin with, the restaurant is beautiful. I loved the overall decor, the soft orange lighting and general ambiance of the restaurant. Also not bad when you look left or right to see stunning views of London.
The food was...more
AMAZING is all I can say! Food was fabulous, atmosphere was more than enjoyable and the view was breath taking!
Our waiters were extremely helpful and attentive. Food portions were excellent and more than enough for the 6 of us. Food was brought out as it was ready which was so nice.
This place is pricey but I would 100% recommend treating yourself.
You must have a reservation!more
Friends and I went after we waited for two months for our reservation date to come around. And it was worth every bit of the wait!
First, the food was AMAZING. We got yellowtail sashimi with jalapeño, mixed ceviche, Sao Paolo and Sky Tree (name?) rolls, cod skewers with miso sauce and a large plate of various seafood with rice. My particular favourite was the Sao Paolo rolls -- they had...more
Sushi Samba is a great place for drinks, and the food is good if you don't insist on the Sushi side of things.
First about drinks. The restaurant is located on the 38th and 39th floors of Heron Tower and has a wonderful view of the city. There is an outdoor patio bar on the 38th floor and it is definitely THE place to be on a nice evening. There is a huge fake tree covered in orange lights...more
I finally got to test out Sushisamba and it was as good or even better than I had imagined. We went there without a reservation which I'm very well aware is a big no no, but we just thought we would try our luck and at least have some drinks in the bar and enjoy the view while we are at it. We went in on a Sunday evening around 7pm and there was still a line outside. So if you want to go there...more