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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

In a State of Fusion, at Sushi Samba

7th Avenue South, NYC
Photo by myself on Seventh Avenue South and Barrow Street.

People will dine anywhere outside, even if there are barricades up and trucks going by.

These folks were dining at SushiSamba, a Japanese restaurant in the West Village. Their take on food is a bit less traditional than some places.

Their menu offers a blend of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian food. Chilean Sea Bass, Peruvian roasted corn and crispy tacquitos are offered alongside shrimp tempura, chicken teriyaki and sushi.

I haven't dined at SushiSamba, so please check out reviews online before going.

Related posts: Enjoying Pugs and Drinks, Outside, Serving up Sushi, at 15 East 15th Street and What's in a Name, at Tavern on the Green.


matt said...

The guy walking down the sidewalk looks like a gunslinger!! from the old west and the guy in the green and white polo isn't paying any attention to his date, more on the camera. fun.

Washington Cesar Takeuchi said...

Hi Kitty! The name made me look at the menu to find out why the word Samba is combined with Sushi! Definitely it is a sushi house. Churrasco (the only brazilian food of the menu) is very common here in Brazil, specially in Rio Grande do Sul, where Samba is far from being the favorite kind of music!

Leif Hagen said...

It must be fun to eat sushi at a sidewalk table and watch the people go by!