SUSHISAMBA restaurant is set to open on the 51st floor of The Palm Tower, 220 metres above the Palm Jumeirah.
The restaurant, which currently operates in London, Miami, Las Vegas and Amsterdam, has partnered with Dubai’s Sunset Hospitality Group for the new venue, which will open in 2020.
The restaurant is one of a range of upcoming dining attractions on the Palm Jumeirah, with a host of existing and upcoming F&B-focussed destinations, including The Pointe, Club Vista Mare, Palm West Beach and Nakheel Mall.
SUSHISAMBA at The Palm Tower will offer a blend of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisine, culture, music and design – as well as views of The Palm, the Arabian Gulf and Dubai skyline.
“Palm Jumeirah’s restaurant and recreation scene continues to bring a new dimension to living and leisure in the UAE, delivering unrivalled hospitality, experiences and views for residents and tourists. SUSHISAMBA will undoubtedly be one of Dubai’s most-anticipated new attractions, and we look forward to the opening of this stunning, internationally-renowned venue,” says Omar Khoory, managing director at Nakheel Malls.
The Palm Tower is directly connected to Nakheel Mall, which will feature F&B concepts, including a collection of rooftop fine dining restaurants. Nakheel Mall, opening later this year, comprises 300-plus shops, restaurants and attractions and its own Palm Monorail station, and is the access point for The View public observatory, located at the top of The Palm Tower, above SUSHISAMBA.
Soaring 240 metres above Palm Jumeirah, the awe-inspiring Palm Tower comprises a 289-room St. Regis hotel, 432 luxury residences and a host of recreational facilities at ground and roof level. The hotel occupies the first 18 floors, with fully-furnished studios and one, two and three bedroom apartments on the upper floors.
Above the residences is a three-storey rooftop dining and leisure complex offering a trio of unique attractions: a 50th floor infinity pool, SUSHISAMBA on level 51 and The View public observatory on floor 52.