Samba Shangri-La at the Fort whips up mind-blowing seafood meals

Samba is the first authentic Peruvian Restaurant in Manila by Peruvian Chef Carlo Huerta Echegaray.

This casual dining restaurant is family friendly with options to dine indoors or outdoors.

Antichuco de Camaron
Peruvian cuisine is popular for its European, African and Asian influences. It combines abundant seafood from the coast and a bounty of corn, potatoes from the Andes plus chillies. Food choices are predominantly Seafood.

 Sudado de Mero (Peruvian Steamed Fish) is a simple Lapu-lapu dish cooked in white wine with chicha de jora (Peruvian corn beer)  , tomato and onion.

Antichuco de Camaron are two-piece char-grilled shrimp skewers  served with peruvian spices. This  festive dish brings in great flavors from
Ocopa sauce (made from toasted peanuts, fried onions, tomatoes, aji amarillo, cream); Huanca√≠na sauce (spicy, creamy sauce); and Rocoto sauces (made with fiery hot red peppers).

We also had Tiradito de Mero, Empanada de Lomo, Salmon en Salsa de Chupe. It was fun to try out these refreshing food.

Level 8 Shangri-La at the Fort 30th Street corner 5th Avenue
 Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City