Samba Shangrila – Menu and Other Details About This Restaurant

SAMBA SHANGRILA – A Peruvian restaurant found straight at the heart of Metro Manila is Samba and here are some details about this.

Peruvian cuisine is not really that common in the Philippines and to most people, it is not on the top of their list to try. But Samba in BGC will give you a different view of this. The place does not only offer a pleasant ambiance but also pleasant dishes that will satisfy your tastebuds.

Samba BGC – Manila’s Authentic Peruvian Restaurant

A restaurant located next to the pool deck of Shangri-La The Fort, Manila is Samba BGC, and here are some details about it.

SAMBA BGC – Shangri-La The Fort’s Peruvian restaurant is Samba located near the pool deck and here are some details including the menu.

BGC’s Samba restaurant serves “delicious Latin American cuisine with picture-perfect and tasty drinks, guaranteed bright, fresh, and sunny as you dine indoors or alfresco”. They offer healthy, colorful cuisine that will surely give your tastebuds a burst of flavor.

Peruvian is a fusion of Spanish, African, Chinese, and Japanese influences with native Peruvian culture. 

They have several tables and for working lunch meetings or intimate dinners, they have two private dining rooms. These private rooms can accommodate two to three persons worth ₱5,000.00 and ₱6,000.00 respectively.


Level 8, 30th Street corner 5th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City

[email protected]

(63 2) 8820 0888

Operating hours:
Monday to Friday
7 am to 9:30 am
11 am to 2:30 pm
5 pm to 10:30 pm

11 am to 12 mn

Among the top-selling dishes of this restaurant include:

  • Piqueo Tres Ceviches (scallops and shrimp ceviche with ají amarillo cream, mixed seafood ceviche with classic leche de tigre, and grouper ceviche in rocoto leche de tigre)
  • Ceviche Limeño (composed of grouper, shrimp, octopus, scallops, and calamari with leche de tigre, red onion, coriander sprouts, and cancha corn)
  • Empanadas de Lomo (contains chunks of braised US prime beef tenderloin and its texture is moist and flaky at the same time and the rocoto chimichurri salsa helps balance the medley of flavor inside)
  • Parihuela (a seafood-based stew that has fish, shrimp, octopus, scallops, clams, and crab meat seasoned with Peruvian panca pepper and fresh cilantro)
  • Anticucho de Pulpo – (Peruvian-style grilled octopus with Peruvian red pepper and served with roasted potatoes and ocopa sauce on the side)
  • Chicharrón de Calamar (a Peruvian version of fried squid that serves as an appetizer)
  • Arroz con Mariscos (a Peruvian seafood rice dish cooked in tomato-pepper sauce with paprika creole and this comes with calamari, octopus, shrimps, and scallops with parmesan cheese shavings and fresh cilantro on top)

Based on their menu, they also have dishes from the grill and stove. They also serve soups, appetizers, snacks, international cuisine, desserts, and a wide selection of beverages and wines.


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