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SushiSamba Dromo

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SushiSamba Dromo Review

This sibling to the New York City SushiSamba makes an eclectic pairing of Japanese, Peruvian, and Brazilian cuisines. The results are fabulous if a bit mystifying: miso-marinated sea bass, hamachi taquitos (basically a yellowtail tartare), mocqueca mista (Brazilian seafood stew), and caramel–passion fruit sponge cake. Loaded with customers in the heart of pedestrian Lincoln Road, colorful SushiSamba has a vibe that hurts the ears but warms the trendy heart.

Updated: 03-08-2013

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    SushiSamba Dromo Review

    It has a pretty good mix of japansese and spanish flavor. Also good ceviche and green envy roll.

    by backpack_mike, 10/12/10
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    Don't go when it's raining

    We had a goup of 12....they confirmed our reserevation two hours prior to our arrival. They sat us at 3 small tables w/ two guests on small (very small stools) hanging on to the last table. Not very comfortable. The waiter said they hoped we would sit outside....not in the rain.

    Aside from a few of the guests being uncomfortable, the place rocks......great sushi, cooked food, peruvian Specialties and outstanding desserts.

    Go when it's not raining

    by NYFoodie, 3/4/09

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