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Craving for Peruvian dishes? Samba reopens on July 8

Peruvian restaurant Samba will be re-opening its doors to the public on July 8, 2020 (Wednesday) for a la carte dining from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.

Located at the 8th level of Shangri-La at the Fort, Manila, Samba boasts of safe indoor and al fresco dine-in spaces to allow gourmands to indulge in authentic Peruvian cuisine and international selections with confidence. 

Craving for Peruvian dishes? Samba reopens on July 8

Cusco-native Chef Carlo Huerta will delight diners with authentic Peruvian staples such as Ceviche Limeno (lapu-lapu, shrimp, octopus, scallops, calamari, leche de tigre, red onions, coriander sprouts, and cancha corn) and Tiradito de Salmon (salmon, lime juice, extra virgin olive oil, onion, celery, mushroom and microgreens).

Craving for Peruvian dishes? Samba reopens on July 8

Grill and oven recommendations include Anticucho de  Pulpo (sustainably-sourced octopus with panca pepper, roasted potatoes, ocopa sauce), and Pastel De Choclo (Peruvian corn pie with beef tenderloin, aji panca, quail egg, and Zarza criolla).

For the main course, crowd-favorites such as Arroz con Mariscos (Peruvian seafood rice dish with calamari, octopus, shrimps, scallops, white wine, paprika creole seasoning, parmesan cheese and coral butter), Lomo Saltado (Stir-fried US prime beef tenderloin with tomatoes, onions, soy sauce, and Andean potatoes) and Aji de Gallina (chicken breast, Aji Amarillo sauce, and Botija olives) are making a comeback.

Craving for Peruvian dishes? Samba reopens on July 8

The menu is complemented by well-loved dishes from High Street Cafe such as the curry laksa and Raging Bull Chophouse and Bar's signature Darling Down Rib Eye Wagyu MS5 steak, among many other international dishes for a well-rounded dining experience.

At Shangri-La at the Fort, Manila guests are assured of the highest standards of food safety and sanitation measures to ensure diners fully enjoy the Samba experience.

Topics: Peruvian restaurant , Samba , Shangri-La at the Fort , Carlo Huerta
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