Trendy Japanese restaurant and bar is a place to see and be seen 63 Reviews
A choice of two or four courses. Dhs72 (two course), Dhs130 (four course) Timings: Noon-3pm (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday)
The buffet offers authentic Japanese robata, sushi and desserts, and guests can order specialities from the à la carte menu, such as black cod, Korean chilli-marinated lamb chops, jumbo tiger prawn with yuzu pepper and spicy beef tenderloin. Dhs345 (soft drinks), Dhs465 (selected house beverages), Dhs590 (bubbly) Timings: 12.30pm-3pm (Friday)
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From Time Out Dubai Eating Out 2011
Although it’s been open a few years now Zuma hasn’t lost any of its shine, the split level bar and restaurant is always full every night of the week with businessmen, families and regulars who adore the legendry miso black cod. Choose between the impressive sushi bar or comfy tables whilst the waiting staff zip back and forth, we’ve yet to see them make a mistake. Zuma’s Japanese menu is extensive and to navigate it takes resolve, because everything sounds so good. If you can’t decide, indulge in the new tasting menu – six or seven courses that includes lobster miso soup, sashimi and maki (which come with fresh wasabi impressively grated at your table), carpaccio, tuna tartare, the afore mentioned black cod and the biggest pile of desserts we’ve ever seen. Trust us when we say you’ll need a few hours for this, but it’s a fantastic way to while away a weekend evening. Part of Zuma’s popularity is it is a place about town to be seen (and a pre dinner mixed drink upstairs helps you do just that) but also the attention to detail, whether it’s in food quality, dining requests or attentive staff is remarkably refreshing, in a city where all too often mediocrity rules the roost.
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