Only at Sushi Samba can you find a unique blend of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian culture and cuisine.

Located on the 51st floor of the St Regis Hotel, the restaurant offers 360-degree panoramic views of the iconic Palm Jumeirah coastline, the Arabian Gulf, Ain Dubai and the Dubai skyline.

Two elevators take guests 230 meters higher, revealing a famous destination in the clouds, Palm Island’s highest restaurant.

A blend of imagination and history, the Sushi Samba experience is truly unique.

The striking interior is framed by a vast 3D-printed ceiling – intricate woodwork inspired by Japanese and Brazilian weaving traditions. Warm, deliberate lighting illuminates this masterpiece, while taking care to highlight the kitchen and limit reflections on the pristine skyline. At the heart of the dining room is a theater-style open kitchen featuring an energetic robata grill and sushi bar.

Sushi Samba is a tri-cultural coalition that took root in the early 20th century when thousands of Japanese emigrants made their way to the fertile soil of South America to cultivate coffee plantations and make their fortunes. In bustling cities like Lima in Peru and São Paulo in Brazil, the integration of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cultures flourished.


Technical specificities

Localisation St Regis Hotel, The Palm Tower, Dubai, EAU
Year of installation 2021
Type of implementation Japanese – Brazilian – Peruvian restaurant
Technology Two-stage wine cooler
Sushi display
Charcoal grill


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