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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
My wife and I went to Zuma for dinner as part of our Anniversary get-away. We ordered the Lobster with Japanese butter, some sushi rolls, the wagyu beef roll, salad and miso soup. The lobster and sushi rolls were amazing, full of flavor and just melt in your mouth. The soup and salad were just ok and the wagyu beef roll was terrible. We like our beef pretty rare and have had wagyu at several other places. At Zuma, the beef looked raw, which we were ok with. There was a black truffle on the top that just didn't taste right with the beef. Just because you have an expensive piece of meat, it doesn't mean it will pair well with truffle, or any other thing that will bring the cost up. Speaking of which, I think most of the food was well priced, but some things were questionable like the wagyu beef roll. The service was excellent. We had several servers attending to us just as we needed a refill of wine or some plates taken away, etc.
Great tasting food, great ambiance, service was nice when they finally came by and the food came out 1hr 45min apart. Don’t think it should take 1hr 45min to get your sea bass prepared and then not comped at the end when your bill is well over $300. We all wanted to eat together so our sushi that took 25min to come out was just sitting there on the table getting stale and dry while we were waiting for our business partner to get his sea bass.
They did an excellent job in spacing reservations on NYE. We did have a 15 min wait, but was not rushed.
I did not like the 6 reminders (borderline harassment) via phone/voice that I had to respond to or res'v be canceled. The 4th phone call (4 days before) they required a credit card; a bit late to be asking that, IMO. If there was a section to rate the reservation process, I would have rated poor.
Their service and food was excellent, as has been the norm.
I have to say I was a little bit disappointed with the service we got. I made a reservation because it was my birthday. We came on time and hostess friendly asked us to wait at the bar. We wanted to get a cocktail and get the party started but waitress was too busy for take a order from me and my friend. It took 10 minutes to order and in 15 minutes our tables was ready so we left empty handed to our table. They brought our drinks to the table. Our waiter at the table forgot that we ordered fish and it came super late. And I didn’t even get a little desert and blow the candle for my birthday!!! Very disappointed! Maybe it was just a very poor communication between hostess and the waiter because he didn’t even wish me a happy birthday. All I’m saying is this is an ok place to grab a dinner but I would go somewhere else for special occasions. Food was delicious though:)
Zuma has quickly become my favorite restaurant spot in Las Vegas. The food is great and tapas style, so it's fun for everyone. I love the vibe at Zuma due to good music, food and unique imported décor. Great for a date, special occasion, business meeting or a nice night out on the town with friends!
Fantastic all around. Food was amazing, decor was classy but not stiff and the staff was very attentive. Had a drink (don’t recall the name) but they smoked a plank of wood at the table flip the glass over with the smoke filling the glass before making the drink. Each sip was like drinking next to a campfire in the best possible way. Very pricy, but if you can afford it,... it’s a dinner you will remember.
Some excellent dishes. An inventive American interpretation of Japanese food. Good value if you select dishes with care, potentially very expensive. Expensive wine list.
The quality of the food merits a recommendation. As with all the "fine dining " restaurants in this hotel its too noisy for a truly relaxed evening dinner.
Incredible! Extraordinary! Memorable! Pick a word and that describes it. The impeccable service, the presentation and of course the food that literally dances on your tongue leaving you speechless and eager for more. You will experience richness, you will find savory and a little sweet, you’ll know it Japanese but wonder if you’ve suddenly hopped a flight to Europe or Thailand The bright colorful flavors of the food are complimented so beautifully by the cocktails which are crafted with passion and focus on balanced flavor. Its one of the best places I have ever eaten and I can’t wait to return. A must see, must eat and must share!
The food was server family style, small plates meant to share. You need to order 3-4 dishes per person for a full mean. The sushi was OK but not the best for the price. Other dishes were good as well. The wine was way overpriced. Kind of a trendy restaurant.
Zuma was a wonderful experience from the moment we walked in to the moment we left. The service was fantastic. The food was so creative and tasty. The drinks are unreal! The overall pride that the indivials have in running this restaurant is so apparent. This is a must! We will absolutely be back to enjoy this experience again. 😊
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