Lunch HoursMon to Fri, 12:00 noon - 2:30 pm, Sat to Sun, 11:00am - 3:00pm
Dinner HoursMon to Sun, 6:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Dress CodeSmart Casual
Private Room2 rooms for 4-16 persons
Accept Credit CardYes
Bring Your Own BottleYes
In a city where restaurants come and go before you can even say "mmmgoi", Zuma's ability to still pull in the Hong Kong dining crowd after 10 years is an achievement worth celebrating. The upper level bar was buzzing with a boozy banker crowd, and the lower floor dining room suitably humming even on a regular weeknight. The restaurant’s enduring popularity is apparent once you browse its extensive menu: there is truly something for everyone at Zuma, whether you're only looking to nibble on light Japanese bar bites, fill up on innovative fusion sushi and maki rolls with tinged with yuzu mayo or truffle toro or fully indulge in the robata-grilled lobster and premium Japanese meats. Our only beef, pun intended, is with the A5 grade Kumamoto wagyu rump, which was a little too sinewy and could have been sliced more thinly to be more palatable. Eager-to-please service staff may get a little too enthusiastic when it comes to clearing your plates, but by the time dessert arrives—a pillowy soft vanilla custard steamed to the consistency of Japanese chawanmushi and topped with Japanese clementines and pomelo sacs for crunch and acidity—any trespass is very quickly forgiven.