The SUSHISAMBA Tree has become one of London’s most Instagrammable hotspots – and it was proudly constructed by a team of our talented artisans!
Here’s how the SUSHISAMBA website describes the London tree:
“Indoor-outdoor elements weave throughout the space, most notably, the structural orange tree on the west terrace. A SUSHISAMBA icon, the tree sculpture reinforces the earth-to-sky motif while being an artwork in itself, reminiscent of great 20th century art and creating dialogue with the street art found throughout the space.”
The rest of London – and the world – has definitely taken notice.
“You probably feel like you’ve been to SushiSamba even if you never have. The second venue on the list of most Instagrammed places in London, SushiSamba serves sushi and cocktails *almost* as photogenic as the view – well, London from the 38th floor is pretty spectacular.
The fairylit red tree on the terrace is the most popular photo, although the restaurant itself is pretty spectacular, especially at night.”
Hello! magazine has even declared SUSHISAMBA London as “the A-listers’ favourite fusion restaurant“:
“The open terrace-bar, with a magical lit-up tree perched in the middle of the circular bar that has you reaching for your camera phone, and the cool buzzy atmosphere, is also not to be missed…”
Need more convincing? Some think the tree would look right at home on the set of a favorite HBO series…imagine the photo opportunities!
In an article titled “The Most Instagrammable Restaurants in London”, the Evening Standard UK says you should go to SUSHISAMBA “for that giant orange tree that looks like it’s from Game of Thrones”.
See more images – and perhaps inspiration for a London vacation? – on our Pinterest board!
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