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About Zuma Restaurant - Las Vegas
ZUMA, contemporary Japanese restaurant from creator and co-founder Rainer Becker, arrives in Las Vegas. Inspired by the informal izakaya dining style, the international restaurant features a modern Japanese cuisine that is authentic but not traditional.
Join us for a drink at the bar nightly from 5.00pm
Level 3 of the Cosmopolitan
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Sunday DINNER 5.45PM -11.00PM
Monday – Sunday BAR 5.00PM -12.00AM
Last orders for our kitchen are as follows:
Dinner: Monday to Saturday – last orders 10.45PM
$50 and over
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Wine
Zuma Restaurant - Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
I was hesitant to get too excited about zuma to be honest. I had been to it in London and Dubai and was not the biggest fan of either. Now that they have them all over the world, I was expecting even less but I could not have been more mistaken. Everything, and I mean everything was excellent. The decor, the friendly and attentive service, the menu selection, my wonderful cocktails, the food, the presentation, the deserts, ohhhh those deserts.....
An all around excellent experience.
We had a reservation at 8 PM, but were not seated until an hour later. Then we waited another hour to get food. Considering the prices this was absolutely unacceptable. Sushi and steak were unremarkable. If I returned I would stick to getting a drinking at the bar.
It was too lound, so I may be too old. The service and food were good, but I was frustrated because it was obvious the hostess didn't read my request for a high table. There were numerous open tables, but she decided to seat us under a set of two speakers that were booming base music over our table. I couldn't hear the waiter or have a conversation with my wife. I finally asked the waiter to move us to a quiter table, but by that time our experience was ruined.
I had noted my allergies in my reservation confirmation but this was totally ignored. We reminded the waitress when we ordered but every course still came out covered in black pepper and has to be sent back. This made for an extremely uncomfortable dining experience where I was made to feel like I was inconveniencing them and being difficult. The manager got involved around the 4th course and things were good from there on. On a plus side the truffled wagyu sushi and martinis were good as was the decor and overall vibe. Bathrooms were dirty and out of toilet paper. The food and service wasn’t worth returning for with so many amazing restaurants in Vegas.
A great Japanese dinner in Las Vegas. Very cool inside, it was pretty loud and exciting that night. The place was crowded and vibe was good. Food was very tasty - portions tended to be small but that is ok. Price actually reasonable for Las Vegas Strip. Drinking was limited - no sake bombs or anything like that.
It was good but ridiculous prices on specials. Two different small rolls. They did not give price when explaining special so assumed it would be in line with other similar offerings on menu ($20-40). One was 6 tiny carpaccio rolls the size of cigarette butts and one a nice but unremarkable roll with fatty tuna. They were $74 and $42 respectively. A Filet Mignon at a great restaurant would be less than this $74, 3 grams of beef. This pic is $116 of food. I'm willing to pay but teach your servers to state costs on specials.
Restaurant was recommended by the manager of a sushi restaurant we love. Went late at night and just got order into kitchen in time. While good was excellent with service to match, we found the ambiance to be not suitable for anyone over 50. The main complaint was that the music was so loud that conversation between two of us sitting nearly side-by-side was difficult and at times not possible. The sushi was outstanding, although priced more than we have found in other restaurants on the Strip. We don't mind paying $150 for a sushi dinner for two, but we do mind paying $200 for the same food that we can get elsewhere for $150. Black cod potstickers were unique and my wife loved them.
While we will not return due to the ambiance that is not geared towards "old people" like us, we will recommend it to the younger crowd looking for good food and willing to pay premium prices.
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