Sushi Samba Deals and Promos
*Promotions listed are subject to change without notice and based on availability. We make no guarantee that the promotions listed are available.
Sushi Samba Events
Sushi Samba Summary
Sushi Samba Information
Restaurant Quick Facts
- Sushi Samba opened its first location in 1999 on Park Avenue in New York City.
- Now there are locations in Miami, Chicago, Las Vegas and even as far away as Tel Aviv, Israel.
- The Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian fusion style cuisine was inspired by a cultural coalition that began in the early 20th century when thousands of Japanese emigrants migrated at South America to cultivate coffee plantations.
3325 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Hours of Operation:
Mon.-Sun. 11:30am- 4pm; Sun.-Wed. 5pm- 1am & Thurs.-Sat. 5pm-2am
User Average ReviewOverall:
Based on 0 reviews
0.0 out of 5 Stars
0.0% recommended it
Sushi Samba Reviews
There are currently no reviews!
Be the first to write a review!
*Some images shown above are not actual photos from the restaurant, but category representations. Visit the restaurant's web site for actual photos.
More Great Vegas Deals:
Cost Per Meal
- 1 of 43
Do you agree? Write your own review!
I am addicted to Sushi Samba Las Vegas. The food and flavors are simply "impeccable". At the end of the day (which is a great time to go) Sushi Samba is a unique, memorable and irreplaceable experience."
Cost of one meal
$ - $10 and under
$$ - $11-30
$$$ - $31-60
$$$$- $60 and above
Features: At this one-of-a-kind dining experience, Sushi Samba in The Palazzo offers up a unique mix of Japanese, Peruvian and Brazilian cuisine in a hip and colorful setting reminiscent of Rio's Carnival.
Why We Dine: After gaining national recognition during an episode of Sex and the City when Carrie Bradshaw and her friends dined at Sushi Samba in New York City's West Village, new locations have been opening up in trendy spots all over the country. While the Sex and the City girls may have lured many to check it out, it's the food that keeps people coming back.
- The Food: There's something for everyone with this rare blend of Japanese, Peruvian and Brazilian cuisine. Diverse items cover the menu such as the Samba Strip Roll with Maine lobster, tomato, mango, chive and peanut curry to the Rio Grande Three Meat Churrasco with grilled hanger steak, ribeye, pork tenderloin and chorizo with pepper oil and chimichurri.
- The Sake: Complete with a sake sommelier as a guide, Sushi Samba offers over 25 different kinds of sake to pair perfectly with any dish on the menu.
Inside Knowledge: Every Wednesday at 9 pm at Sushi Samba is Sakeoke, a mix of karaoke and 20% off one the largest sake selections on the West Coast.
- East West: This is Executive Chef Jose Mendin's culinary signiture, kobe-styled beef tataki and beef tenderloin seviche accompanied with Peruvian canario bean, avacado, lime, tamiri soy and aji panca oil.
- Happy Hour: You can definitely save a few bucks by going to Sushi Samba Sunday-Friday from 4-7 pm and 10 pm-close when $6 caipirinhas, mojitos, rolls and seviches are offered.
- Private Room
- Take-Out Available
- Homemade Desserts
- Sunday Brunch
- Prix Fixe Menu
- Fresh Food
- Reservations Recommended
- Full Bar
- Chef’s Specials
- Happy Hour
- Late Dining