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With such an extensive menu that fuses Brazilian, Japanese and Peruvian cuisines, SUSHISAMBA might overwhelm you, even when figuring out how much you’re going to spend on a meal. To put it into perspective, you can spend as little as $9 on an appetizer, such as whole squid robata with lemon aioli, or the green bean tempura with black truffle aioli. Mains can get pricey at SUSHISAMBA, with something like the 18-ounce Berkshire pork short rib costing $49. The Japanese Kobe beef will be the most expensive thing you can order on the regular menu, coming in at $27 per ounce — almost worth its weight in gold, but not quite. But with the huge selection of sushi, ceviche and other exotic dishes, you can expect to spend between $50 and $100 per person at SUSHISAMBA, depending on how many and how luxe the ingredients are that you choose.