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Sushi Samba Dromo

600 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Phone: 305.673.5337

Hours: Sun - Thur (12pm - midnight), Fri - Sat (12pm - 2am)
Brunch: Sun (12pm - 5pm)
Cuisine: Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian
Appetizers: from $5, Entrees: from $17

Online reservations are not available. To reserve a table, call the restaurant directly. When calling, please mention that you found them in Miami Beach.

Restaurant menu


Pork Ribs Glaçar

guava-coconut glaze & brazil nuts

Grilled Baby Octopus Salad
heirloom tomato, arugula & fava bean with raspberry dressing

Salmon Kama
broiled neck of salmon with pickled red onion, shishito pepper, ponzu sauce & homemade balsâmico

South American Beef Maki Roll
heart of palm, carrot & grilled asparagus

Pato con Beterraba

duck confit with habañero reduction, golden and red beets & roasted brazil nuts

Mushroom Salad with Grilled Endive
miso dressing with portobello, oyster, shitake & enoki mushrooms

Tuna Tataki

marinated yellowfin tuna with boniato chips, tatsoi, avocado, heart of palm & avocado vinaigrette

latino vegetable


shrimp & latino vegetable

Chicharron de Calamar
cornmeal-crusted calamari, spicy tamarind sauce, tomato salsa & plantain

fried brazilian “turnover” stuffed with shiitake mushroom, manchego and blue cheese with corn and cherry tomato salad & toasted walnut salad

Samba Pizza
tuna, heart of palm, onion, fresh mozzarella & spicy tomato mayonnaise

Chicken & Aji Amarillo Anticuchos
two grilled skewers served over peruvian corn

Beef & Aji Panca Anticuchos
two grilled skewers served over peruvian corn

Shrimp & Cilantro-Lime Butter Anticuchos

two grilled skewers served over peruvian corn

Chicken Liver & Teriyaki Anticuchos

two grilled skewers served over peruvian corn

Combination Platter Anticuchos
one chicken, beef, shrimp and chicken liver grilled skewer served over peruvian corn

New Seaweed Salad

hijiki, kombu, wakame, goma wakame

mussels with black bean broth, peruvian corn & fresh mint

Raw Bar

Xingu River Platter
6 oysters, 6 little neck clams, 4 jumbo shrimp, steamed mussels & octopus salad

Amazon River Platter
6 jumbo shrimp, 9 oysters, 1/2 chilled lobster, 4 king crab legs, 9 little neck clams, tuna seviche, steamed mussels & octopus salad

King Crab Leg, Jumbo Shrimp, Little Neck Clam, Malpeque Oysters, Blue Point Oysters, Kumamoto Oyster

Sashimi & Ceviche

lime, lemon & aji amarillo

orange, jalapeño, yuzu & white soy

ginger, garlic & soy

Red Snapper
moro miso, celery & red onion

white balsamic & spicy mango

papaya, brazil nut

with passionfruit salsa

Tradito & Tartare

Tiradito - Tuna
soy vinaigrette & grilled peruvian corn

Tiradito - Scallop
cucumber & rice vinegar

Tiradito - Kanpachi
yuzu, black truffle oil & sea salt

Tiradito - Yellowtail

grapefruit-soy & chili

Tiradito - Salmon
caper, white soy & ginger

Tartare - Tuna
garlic, kojichan & wasabi

Tartare - Salmon

caper, white soy & ginger

Samba Rolls

Samba Dromo Roll

tuna, tobiko, avocado & tempura flake

The Branca
arare-crusted whitefish & leafy greens with aji amarillo tartar sauce

Fiambre Maki

shrimp, prosciutto, cucumber, mango & pineapple-ginger sauce

Next California Roll
king crab, avocado, cucumber, tobiko & red leaf lettuce

Lobster Tempura Roll

leafy greens, cucumber, curry-peanut sauce & lobster claw tempura

Crunchy Spicy Tuna Roll
tuna, tobiko, avocado, & tempura flakes

El Topo
salmon, onion, jalapeño, shiso leaf & melted mozzarella

Spicy Shrimp Tempura Roll
blood orange, chive oil & barbeque mayonnaise

The Inca
heart of palm, burdock, squash, crispy onion & tropical fruit salsa with rocoto chile

Rainbow Dragon Roll

eel, red bell pepper, cucumber, mango & avocado

Smoked Duck Roll
cucumber, mango, avocado & mango-balsamic reduction

tuna sushi with foie gras, osetra caviar & gold leaf

Main Courses

Miso-Marinated Black Cod
roasted summer vegetables

Crispy Whole Red Snapper
coconut rice, spicy red curry sauce & wakame

Pan-Seared Halibut
with lychee sauce, mashed parsnip & grilled shishito pepper

Crescent Farm Duck Breast
brazilian coffee sauce, duck confit & crispy yuca

Moqueca Mista
shrimp, squid, bacalhau and crayfish with coconut milk, roasted cashew, dendê oil & rice

Chicken Teriyaki-Samba Style
aji amarillo, mashed peruvian potato & crispy onion

Yakiniku (min. 4oz.)
Grill your own kobe beef, served with three kinds of dipping sauce: aji panca, aji Amarillo, and poblano with enoki mushroom & shishito pepper

Churrasco à Rio Grande
3 meats: grilled hanger steak, black angus sirloin, pork tenderloin with chorizo, linguiça, rice, black beans farofa & chimichurri

Churrasco à Rio Grande
5 meats: grilled hanger steak, black angus sirloin, pork tenderloin with chorizo, linguiça, rice, black beans farofa & chimichurri

Map and location

Sushi Samba is located at 600 Lincoln Rd. in Miami Beach FL, 33139. Nearby restaurants include: Escopazzo, Cafe Des Arts, and Sum Yum Gai. Use our Miami restaurant map to find the exact location.

User reviews

Sushi Samba "Bad experience"
Date: August 17, 2005
Reviewer: Miami Beach 411 User, Miami, FL
I love sushi and I am Brazilian but I HATED the Sushi Samba. Terrible service, food that I wasn't impressed at all, no samba or at least I didn't heard, music too loud and super expensive for what they offer. 

Sushi Samba "DOPE"

Date: June 2, 2005
Reviewer: Miami Beach 411 User, San Francisco, CA
The service was great and the food was good. I wish they have one here in San Francisco. =( Oh and also the drinks were soooo good. I usually don't like mix cocktails but the waitress insisted that I do try and it was good. It wasn't too strong but just right and perfect for the hot weather. My next trip out there I will definitely come back.

Sushi Samba "The best on South Beach"

Date: May 27, 2005
Reviewer: Miami Beach 411 User, Miami, FL
As a Miami native I can tell you that Sushi Samba is hands down one of the best restaurants on South Beach. They have an eclectic menu that boasts of Peruvian, Brazilian, and Japanese cuisine. The sushi and ceviche's are extremely fresh and always paired with the perfect sauces and flavorings. For those of you who don't like the idea of raw food, the hot cuisine is in my opinion even better. I was there a week ago (my tenth visit) and had short ribs "a la brasilera" they were so tender that I ate them with my chopsticks, the meat just melted in your mouth. The place is also beautiful, very trendy, chic ambiance. I highly recommend it to anyone, you won't be dissapointed.

Sushi Samba

Date: April 17, 2005
Reviewer: Miami Beach 411 User, Miami, FL
It was awful! My food never came out and I asked four times for it! We waited an hour and a half to get the edamame..hello! It doesn't take that long to steam some beans! Just an all around awful experience. The waiter was ignorant. The first sign was when he brought the wrong beer out but then we ignored that one. Shouldn't have. He got our roll wrong twice! Then tried to charge us for his mistake! That's like a $17 mistake on his behalf! Will never go back there again. Just awful. I don't know what the big hype is. Horrible place and the food wasn't impressive.

Sushi Samba "Sushi Samba Rocks"

Date: April 12, 2004
Reviewer: Miami Beach 411 User, Philadelphia, PA
I am not a big sushi fan, but not only did I love the sushi here, but I loved all the cooked food too! Their rolls are really great, but the hot dishes were even better. I had the Brazilian Seafood Stew and my boyfriend had the chilean sea bass -- both were amazing. And the desserts are very tasty, too.

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