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Zuma

5 Raphael Street, London





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Michelin
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AA
2
Good Food
5
AIL Score
6.136
Rank
49
ADDRESS:5 Raphael Street
London
SW7 1DL

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CUISINE:Japanese

REGION:Knightsbridge

NEAREST STATION:Knightsbridge


TELEPHONE: 020 7584 1010

OPENING HOURS:Lunch: Monday - Thursday 12:00-14:30, Friday 12:00 - 15:00 & Saturday - Sunday 12:30-15:30
Dinner: Monday - Saturday 18:00-23:00 & Sunday 18:00-22:30

FACILITIES:
| Smoking area | Private hire available | Booking advisable | Disabled access/facilities | Children welcome | Credit cards accepted | Background music



ABOUT ZUMA:

Zuma is the Japanese-inspired restaurant managed by the same people as Roka and La Petite Maison. Itís all about glitz and big spending at this Knightsbridge eatery; celebrities like the Beckhams and Beyonce and Jay Z are often seen snapped on their way out.

There are several other branches around the world, in Miami, Hong Kong, Dubai and Bangkok among others. The London outpost may be loosely modelled on an informal izakaya, but diners are well-heeled, with many eating here for a certain status to rub off on them.

There is a robata grill, a very good selection of sushi and sashimi, and signature dishes that include miso marinated foie gras and wagyu beef with cress aioli.




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Michel Roux Jr
My family and I are big fans of Zuma. Weíve been there hundreds of times. Itís great for me because itís a complete change from French food. Thereís a nice selection of sushi and modern Japanese dishes. Thereís a great atmosphere and buzz.

Zuma is best for...

Restaurants for Spotting Celebrities
This Japanese eatery is popular with the Beckhams, Beyonce and Jay Z, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, Jordan, Kate Hudson and Nancy DellíOlio. Gwen Stefani even went as far as naming her second child after the restaurant.

Chef's Table Restaurants
Zumaís contemporary Japanese cuisine is popular among Londonís flashy young diners. Unlike many other chefís tables there is no extra cost to sit here and you can even order from the normal menu.


Zuma in the news

All In London talks to Soon Li Ong
Added on July 4, 2012
What's it all about? We talk to Soon Li Ong about Japanese food


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