At Zuma the menu is comprehensive and alluring, encompassing both the traditional as well as the latest evolution in Japanese cuisine. Tokyo's esteemed architecture and design company 'Super Potato headed by the designer Noriyoshi Muramatsu have created a layout to inspire indulgence.
For Sushi diners at the counters alongside the open plan kitchen you can observe Zuma's skilled chefs in action. Reservations are not required though the full menu is available.
The main dining area is also dominated by the open plan kitchen with the design influenced by eastern philosophy and combines ancient culinary customs with contemporary culture.
For those who require private dining the Tosho table is set apart from the main dining area and can seat 10 people.