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The menu is comprehensive and alluring. Dishes are authentic but not traditional with bold, intense flavours and an emphasis on simple presentation acquired through quality ingredients. There is no set protocol on ordering from the menu; izakaya style means that dishes are designed to be shared at the table or enjoyed individually
SNACKS, SOUPS & SALADS
Ika No Kari Kari Age
Crispy fried squid with green chili and lime
Fried softshell crab with mizuna, wasabi mayonnaise
Gindara to Ebi No Gyoza
Prawn and black cod dumplings
Lobster No Misu Shiru
Spicy lobster miso soup
Tomato to Nasu No Wafu Salad
Tomato and eggplant salad with ginger and scallion dressing
Myoga to Kinoko No Attaka Salada
Salad of mushrooms with fresh herbs and ginger blossom
Piri Kara Dofu to Abokado Salada
Spicy fried tofu with avocado and japanese herbs
Sake No Tataki
Salmon tataki with ikura, smoked tofu and japanese mustard
Maguro No Tataki
Sliced seared tuna with chili daikon and ponzu sauce
Suzuki No Ozashimi
Seabass sashimi with yuzu, salmon roe and truffle oil
Hotate No Taru Taru, Ponzu to Cabia Zoe
Scallop tartare with fresh wasabi ponzu
Gyu No Tataki to Truffle
Sliced seared beef with pickled daikon and fresh truffle dressing
FROM THE ROBATA GRILL
Gyu to Shishito No Kushi Yaki
Beef skewers with shishito pepper and smoked chili soy
Hotate No Ume Shiso Mentaiko Yaki
Grilled scallops with pickled plum, shiso and mentaiko butter
Yaki Taraba Gani
King crab with ponzu lime butter
Buta-Bara Yuzu Miso
Kurobuta pork belly skewer with yuzu mustard miso
Yaki Toumoro Koshi
Sweet corn with shiso butter
Azami Yaki No Truffle Wafu
Baby artichoke with truffle wafu dressing
Ebi No Tempura
Rock shrimp with lime and chili mayonnaise
Kuruma Ebi No Tempura
Tiger prawns (5 pieces)
Kue No Tempura
Grouper with fresh chili dashi and onions
Yasai No Tempura Moriawase
Lobster No Tempura
Lobster with spicy ponzu and wasabi mayonnaise
Kinoko No Kama Meshi
Rice hotpot with wild mushrooms and japanese vegetables
Tsubo Miso Gake Hinadori No Oven Yaki
Barley miso corn fed chicken oven roasted on cedar wood
Rib Eye No Daikon Ponzu Fumi
Rib eye steak with wafu sauce and garlic chips
Gyuhire Sumibiyaki Karami Sauce Zuke
Spicy beef tenderloin with sesame, red chili and sweet soy
Lobster No Oven Yaki
Roasted lobster with shizo-ponzu butter
Gindara No Saikyo Miso Yaki
Black cod marinated in saikyo miso with homemade hajikame
SUSHI & SASHIMI
California roll with alaskan king crab, avocado and tobiko
Pirikara Hamachi Maki
Spicy yellowtail roll with serrano pepper and wasabi mayo
zuma, located in the heart of downtown miami, brings chef rainer becker’s internationally acclaimed style of modern japenese cuisine to America. already renowned in london, hong kong, istanbul, and dubai, zuma miami offers a sophisticated cuisine philosophy of flavorsome, modern Japanese dishes in a fun and vibrant environment inspired by the informal dining style called izakaya. the menu is comprehensive and alluring. dishes are authentic but not traditional with bold, intense flavors and an emphasis on simple presentation acquired through quality ingredients. izakaya style means that dishes are designed to be shared at the table.
Best Japanese Asian Fusion.
Fourth time here.
Can't get enough.
We had the menu. Everything was amazing. From the sushi to the pork belly, from the fish to the steak... Wine list is amazing. The desert...OMG. Service is always amazing.
We are quite use to move from the beach to downtown for the sunday brunch .
It’ always crowded and we book one month before.
When we arrived we have been driven to an inside table : since I underlined that our booking was on...More
Almost the same as in London, better than in Dubai. ZUMA standards, all good. Very pricey, though champagne price was ok. Many thanks to Adam for hospitality and to J (or Jay, I’m sorry) for the excellent service.
As always, we had a wonderful evening dining at Zuma Miami. The food was outstanding, as always, and the service exemplary. I've lived in Dubai for many years, and while I enjoy dining at Zuma Dubai, the ambiance - especially dining outdoors here in Miami,...More
Have been dining at Zuma for years and the restaurant continuous to be the best Japanese (western stile) in town. Amazing organization and quality, which requires enormous training and dedication. All dishes are well prepared and they come to the table in an amazing speed....More
It was our first time at Zuma, and what an experience!
We had the “Premium” tasting menu and it was fantastic! The amount of food was excelent, we weren’t able to finish all the dishes in some courses.
I do agree that the music is...More
Subdued lighting and loud music with a hard-driving beat does not add up to great atmosphere. Just ask the customers. They know it means you cannot hear you and your guests’ conversation nor properly read the menu which in Zuma’s case is cunningly printed with...More
No worries about sweating. Zuma is an indoor venue and although your vineyard vine shorts sound like the best option, last time I was there everyone was dressed in black. I felt inThe City (NY) for a moment there! You might... More
No worries about sweating. Zuma is an indoor venue and although your vineyard vine shorts sound like the best option, last time I was there everyone was dressed in black. I felt inThe City (NY) for a moment there! You might feel a little underdressed and yes, I suggest you pack those pants. They might even protect you from the Zika mosquitoes! Trust me, the food makes up for any dress code enforcements! ;)