The first thing you notice about Sushisamba is the view – being on the 38th & 39th floors of the Heron Tower gives the restaurant a pretty good spot to look out over London from, not to mention the highest outdoor dining terrace in Europe. The next thing is probably the decor, including all the lights hanging from the bamboo ceiling in the dining room and the orange tree sculpture on the terrace. Luckily the food matches up to the surroundings. The Japanese-Peruvian-Brazilian menu includes dishes like wagyu gyoza, tuna ceviche, seabass antichuchos, lobster soba noodle and samba sushi rolls, which taste as good as they look. It’s spenny though, so save a trip up here for a special occasion – or for when someone else is paying.