Global concept SushiSamba set to make Dubai debut at the Palm Tower

SushiSamba will be located on the 51st floor of the tower

The restaurant brand that will serve Japanese, Brazilian, and Peruvian cuisine, will open in Dubai in 2020
The restaurant brand that will serve Japanese, Brazilian, and Peruvian cuisine, will open in Dubai in 2020

Sunset Hospitality will be bringing its brand -  SushiSamba - to Dubai, at the Palm Tower.

The restaurant brand that will serve Japanese, Brazilian, and Peruvian cuisine, will open in Dubai in 2020.

The Palm Tower comprises 432 luxury residences and a five-star, 289-room hotel with an array of dining and leisure facilities.

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SushiSamba will be located on the 51st floor of the currently under construction building.

Speaking about the brand, Lorenzo Marras, managing director, dining at Sunset Hospitality Group said:“I am proud to announce that we are bringing the renowned SushiSamba to Dubai. The city has a great offering of restaurants with multi-cultural flavours, yet we are positive SushiSamba will stand out most notably for its diverse menu selection, impressive interiors, and a unique, extraordinary location .”

Sunset Hospitality Group currently operates Black Tap, Luigia, Joe’s Backyard, ChickInn, L’Occitane Café and Ammos restaurants in Dubai. 

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