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Fri - Sat 5:30PM - 6:30PM 9:30PM - 10:30PM
Great atmosphere and prices were reasonable
Service was problem. Waiter was up selling all the time and when food came never saw him again. Had to get manager to get our remaining food and drinks
Would try again but would not same waiter
My fiancé and I just got engaged and we explicitly informed the restaurant in advance that we were celebrating our engagement with dinner at the restaurant. The restaurant did nothing to acknowledge the it and quite frankly, that put a huge damper on our last night in Vegas. What hurt the most was the fact that a table next to ours had a birthday celebration and THAT was honored. Anyway, I’ll be back for food but never ever for an occasion as momentous as an engagement.
Gotta say.. this is my second time going and its improved a good bit. Just go in thinking you're going to an izakaya type Japanese restaurant -- and NOT just sushi -- and you'll have the expectations set!
Also.. the gin and tonic in a bag is fun. Not the best G&T.. but fun to have at the table!
Food was all excellent. Neat, kitschy drinks. Fun environment for a night out. Extremely poor service as our waitress oversold us on the amount of food she felt we should order. We explained this to her and were obviously very upset about it when she dropped the two last enormous plates after we were already full. Hindsight, I should have asked for a manager because she never apologized, stood her ground, and offered no compromise to attempt to alleviate our concerns. She also never acknowledged my birthday verbally or otherwise despite the hostess knowing and doing so. Get rid of that waitress and I would give 5 stars.
Great food...music was loud!
Superior service, amazing food decoration and quality, ambience is very nice. We will come back
For us, Las Vegas is a fine dining wasteland as were prefer authentic food in real restaurants and LV has become the land of very marginal uninspired food in embarrassingly phony, gaudy, cheesy settings. On this trip we walked in and out of yet more big name dining places, like Mazuzu in the Queen of Gaudy hotel, Encore. Yes, I know, the wretchedly, cheaply decorated Cosmopolitan Hotel is even worse and the magnificent Zuma is located there. No explaining that as the hotel creatures we saw in the hotel were almost absent from Zuma.
Zuma Robata restaurant may become our favorite restaurant - exciting, creative and even delicious food in one of the most exotic and well designed settings we have ever seen, even in the city known for such decor - Mykonos. They filled the place with texture and with possibly the most intriguing wood anywhere. It was all imported from Thailand, even an intact tree core that the bar was made from. Oh, yes, the food. We particularly liked the sautéed shiitaki mushrooms - off the chart delicious. He liked a favorite dish of mine, shrimp tempura, but it was the one dish I didn't like - oil saturated and so thin that I suspect that each raw shrimp is pounded and sliced into two or three long strips before immersion into the batter to create two or three separate shrimp tempura. However, the sliced crab legs were succulent and delicious. The best of all was their robata flavored skirt steak which had both flavor and buttery smooth texture that surpasses any filet mignon we have ever had. Further, the medium rare we requested was pink from edge to edge of each slice.
Ask for Jacob. You won’t be disappointed.
Zuma exceeds expectations every single time I go, this was a meal I will remember forever.
Bar Staff could be a tad more friendly..