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
Food was fantastic. Best sushi I've tasted, which is saying a lot as I am a Japanese food fan. Each sushi had multiple flavours from interesting ingredients - the chef really did well combining the best of east (core food) and west (method of preparation). The other non-sushi dishes our party of 6 tried were pretty decent too.
Don't be intimidated by the extensive menu as the waiter will...more
As far as food goes and views, this place is five stars. Service however? Extremely lackluster.
We came in this evening, a group of seven, and were seated near the bar on a couch, which was fine considering we were last minute but the entire sushi bar was open...and large enough for our entire party. When I requested it, they said no, there was another party to take it, it was empty the...more
Positives: Great views of the city.
SO SOs: The food and cocktails.
Negatives: Price, Service, Atmosphere.
Had a reservation here on a Tuesday evening for a specific table (for a view). When we arrived, we got "big-dogged" and was told by the host that table was now being held for the chef's friend. When we got seated to a random table, no less then 4 people asked if we wanted to order...more
SUSHISAMBA is definitely a destination dining experience, both due to 38th floor location and the price of its food.
The other Yelp reviews are very useful in terms of food recommendations and we particularly enjoyed the green bean tempura a few people mentioned - the black truffle aioli was divine. We also enjoyed the black truffle vinaigrette with the shrimp tempura (which is quite a...more
Great rooftop! Go there early to start a crazy party (well dressed) or just have a drink on Sunday... Mango cocktail and mojito are just insane and when you're a little bit drunk find the monkey in the tree...
And of course don't miss the view...more