Sushi Samba: A Taste of Music in Delectable Rolls

“Red Box is just as much about music as it is about sharing and celebrating. It’s been the venue for birthdays, reunions and even wedding proposals. We have grown to become a destination that is recognized for being a place for shared celebrations and we want to continue to be recognized that way by evolving our offerings to make it more relevant to our market,” shares Walden Chu, Managing Director of Red Box.

“Apart from having the widest selection of songs, we are also known for our ala carte and buffet offerings. It’s rare for a music destination to put this much focus on food, but being a place for shared celebrations, it has always been an integral part of what Red Box has to offer,” he adds.

Introducing Sushi Samba
With the intent of bringing the best of what the world has to offer in terms of experience and flavor into one destination, Red Box is now adding their Sushi Samba collection to add to their list of gourmet selections.

The menu says it’s the craziest, tastiest sushi rolls in town—and indeed it is. In an era where sushi bars in cosmopolitan cities across the globe have become the dining destination du jour, Red Box now brings the same experience to the country by combining the best of Japanese cuisine with their brand of creativity, fun and youthfulness.

“Think of your basic California maki,” Chu explains. “It took the classic sushi roll and adapted it to the American palate. It’s essentially what we’re doing here. We’ve diversified the classic sushi roll in such a way that makes it bigger, younger and more fun.”

Conceptualized by a Japanese trained sushi chef, the rolls are notable for using only sushi-grade ingredients and for being able to creatively satiate the diverse palates of Red Box patrons.

“The menu is initially available in our newest branch in Eastwood, but you can certainly expect that we will be rolling it out in our Greenbelt and Cebu branches soon,” he adds. “Because when it comes to food, Red Box knows that creativity, diversity and size does matter.”
Firework
Invading the radio stations and music televisions, Katy Perry’s “Firework” is also the name of Sushi Samba’s scrumptiously deep fried roll made with shrimp tempura, kani, tobiko, combined with anago aburi sauce.
Kung Fu Fighter
Carl Douglas has popularized this song way back in 1974 and Sushi Samba brings back the classic beat with their very own “Kung Fu Fighter”—a delicious roll that daringly combines salmon, ikura, and shrimp tempura.
La Isla Bonita
It’s forever summer with this roll named after Madonna’s hit, "La Isla Bonita," which is made with an enticing combination of tobiko, avocado, kani, itokagi flakes, and salmon skin.
Sushilicious
Beyonce’s Bootylicious may be out of the charts but Sushilicious is definitely in—the Sushi Samba’s menu. This luscious roll is specially made with salmon, unagi, avocado, shrimp tempura, and topped with melted cheese.
The Way You Make Me Eel
Entice your palate with the delectable combination of unagi, mango, kani and anago sauce that will leave singing to the sweet tune of Michael Jackson’s classic hit, “The Way You Make Me Eel
Walking on Sunshine
A delicious combination of savory shrimp tempura and tobiko with aburi sauce complemented by the addition of tangy mango gives Walking on Sunshine—Sushi Samba’s best selling roll—a dose of sunshine.


Red Box Rock.Dine.Roll is open from Mondays to Sundays. 
For inquiries and reservations, kindly see telephone numbers listed below:
7576188 (Greenbelt )
3557921 (Eastwood)
(032) 4171675 ( Cebu )
Red Box Star 9018833 (Trinoma)

For other announcements, visit and like the Red Box Rock.Dine.Roll official Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Red-Box-Rock-Dine-Roll.


Have a Great Weekend Ahead!

Love,
Aylin

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