The Low Down
Save Money: Daily 11:45am-3:30pm, get bento box specials with sushi, sashimi, teriyaki, miso soup and seasonal field greens for $15-$20.
Parking: Valet parking is offered in front of the building. There are also two parking lots a block away at Hubbard and Wells.
Look Good: Sneak up to the mezzanine lounge for a bird's-eye view of the action.
Where to Sit: Sit at a perimeter table for prime people-watching. Communal tables are cramped, with back-less stools that make for a sore back. At night, head to the rooftop lounge for a cocktail.
What to Drink: Specialty cocktails include mojitos, caipirinhas and creative martinis; sake and wine lists are extensive and not terribly overpriced, with several bottles in the $30-$40 range.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
This sprawling alliance between Japanese (the sushi part) and South American (the samba part) quickly gained---and has since maintained---a following. It's not easy getting everything right in this kind of arrangement, but often theâ¦
By Tim at GrubHub
Decent sushi, though I've better. Rather overpriced. Delivery was quick (because I live super close). Probably wouldn't order again, just becaus...
Samba for some Sushi!
By Amreena K at Insider Pages
One of the best Sushi places you can find in Downtown Chicago! Delightful cuisine served to you with a smile! Read More
The food is OK
By Bianca V at Insider Pages
I went to Sushi Samba Rio on a friday night, the place is beautiful and the scene was very good. The food was nothing special but the drinks were p... Read More
They were trying to extract as much money as possible
By temp at Menuism
Not a very relaxing meal in any sense. Maybe I am old school, but the every part of the restaurant felt... Read More
come for the scene
By linda B at Insider Pages
The food is okay; I'm not that into sushi and the brazilian food is average at best. But it's more about the scene and the drinks. The nina fresa... Read More