SushiSamaba is a bit of a tourist magnet, but never disappoints fans of ambitious sushi combinations. The restaurant's name reflects a unique mix of Japanese and South American cuisine and culture, which is a concept based on a history of Japanese immigration to Brazil and Peru. So try the ceviche with potato and corn alongside yellowtail taquitos and a cut of Wagyu served with black beans, collard greens, and dipping sauces. The Samba Rolls are decadent and playful, but the clean simplicity of the lobster sashimi, served in the shell is even more rewarding. The restaurant has a dark, stylish dining room, but recently expanded with the addition of Tree Bar, a new lounge that sits under a canopy of orange trees.
How to book: Make an online reservation.