The event will be marked with a limited-edition Peruvian Sambakase menu.
As Peruvian National Day approaches on 28 July, so do the celebrations at SUSHISAMBA Dubai, where Peruvian culture and cuisine are paired with influences from Japan and Brazil to curate its internationally acclaimed dining experience. Spanning from 25 July to 7 August, an exciting new Sambakase dining experience developed especially for the occasion by Chef Moon Kyung Soo is expected.
Inspired by the Japanese term ‘Omakase’, which literally translates into “I leave it up to you”, the Peruvian Sambakase menu embraces the Japanese dining ethos of having the chef select and serve seasonal specialties to their guests. Featuring newly introduced dishes that will only be available for the two-week dining event, alongside beloved Peruvian-inspired signature items from SUSHISAMBA’s acclaimed à la carte menu, the five-course menu promises to deliver an unforgettable journey through Peru in a manner that is unique and authentic to SUSHISAMBA’s culinary DNA. Diners can gear up to discover the inspired tastes and traditions of SUSHISAMBA’s Peruvian heritage as they move through 14 dishes comprising starters, taquitos, ceviches, sushi, antichuchos, cazuela and desserts.
Exceptional new creations from beyond the restaurant’s culinary repertoire such as the salmon guacamole (served with avocado, caviar, salmon roe and crispy nori cracker), quinoa salad (with mint, kale, tomatoes and pomegranate), yellowtail maki (with green chilli, leche de tigre, shrimp and avocado), and king crab cazuela (served with rice, cassava, yuzu and molho a campanha) add an exploratory new dimension as they are joined by some of SUSHISAMBA’s most beloved Peruvian-inspired dishes – tuna seviche, Japanese A5 wagyu taquitos, Chilean seabass, and Angus beef tenderloin included. Available exclusively as part of the limited-edition menu, the new dishes elevate the refined Sambakase experience, showcasing the restaurant’s long-standing passion for the many facets of Peruvian culture and cuisine.
Closing the meal on a sweet note are the crowd-pleasing banana cake and chicha morada pops, a popular Peruvian dessert that features purple corn, refreshing sorbet, raspberry, creamy white chocolate and zesty lime. Priced at AED 520 per person, the sharing-style Sambakase set menu will be available exclusively for dinner, and requires a minimum of two people per booking as it’s designed to be a social experience echoing the vibrant gastronomical culture of Peru.
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