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Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisine combine to create the eclectic mix that is Sushi Samba.

Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisine combine to create the eclectic mix that is Sushi Samba. Featuring the highest outdoor dining terrace in Europe, this restaurant perfectly blends different cultures, music and design in an amazing place to enjoy a 360 degree view of London.

Claudio Cardoso


The restaurant is located at Bishopsgate, offering not only a broad menu of special dishes that include ceviche, miso soup and tender sashimi, but it is also superbly designed: two panoramic glass elevators take guests from the 38th to the 39th floor, where Sushi Samba’s main dining room is. The dramatic floor-to-ceiling glass on three sides promises an unforgettable dining experience in a place that gives the feeling of a modern greenhouse. Bamboo trees grow from the floor, and hundreds of lights hang from the high ceiling, but it is the large tree sculpture at the bar that leaves customers in awe.


Heron Tower
110 Bishopsgate
London EC2N 4AY

Reservation Line Hours:
Monday – Friday: 8am – 10pm
Saturday & Sunday: 9am – 10pm

+44 (0)203 640 7330

*reservations accepted up to 2 months in advance

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