Zuma Miami
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Erika RojasErika Rojas
15:09 16 Sep 22
Beautiful state park for so many activities like biking, kayaking, picnics, etc. very clean and well kept. There is a nice beach area to relax, plenty of gazebos and tables to enjoy , clean restroom facilities and plenty of parking, it does get very full on the weekends and if you don’t arrive early they may not let you in due to the park being at capacity.
Vera KindVera Kind
15:01 10 Aug 22
If you want to find perfect combinations of flavors, you should come here. All seafood was super fresh. Amazing service. Be lucky to sit at the bar inside. Menu always changes that is unique. All sushi are must have!
LaShanda DeniseLaShanda Denise
01:32 26 May 22
World class experience by far!!! Zuma is meeting & exceeding all expectations, nothing can be better! Truly an exceptional, amazing experience! My second visit, & we were just as pleased & impressed, so grateful for the experience. The food….amazing, the culture, ambiance, everything is top notch! Thank you Zuma for another amazing experience, would love if you guys expanded to Chicago ❤️
Ludovico GnuttiLudovico Gnutti
16:49 22 Mar 22
Tend to get really busy, so best if you do book before showing up. You must be wearing long pants if you want to dine here. I loved the vibe, however get ready to be scanned top to bottom. Service was a bit slow at times. The food was exceptionally good. One of the best places I have ever eaten at. All was incredibly tasty but light at the same time.Amazing food
David LeeDavid Lee
01:30 17 Jan 22
Excellent level of service. The food presentation was outstanding. It’s very apparent that all of the staff are extremely knowledgeable about every item on the menu- and they are passionate about the food the offer.Highlights from the menu (while everything was delicious) were: grilled tiger prawns, the tuna and salmon caviar, and the black cod.

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Scoring a reservation at Zuma is a small victory worth working for. The London transplant’s acclaimed Japanese izakaya, an increasingly popular style of informal dining, is anything but casual (see: no shorts or beachwear allowed). The riverfront restaurant is filled—day and night—with stunning people who know they’re as much a part of the show as the orchestrated action in the spacious open kitchen. Expect a massive selection of modern Japanese bites, from sea bass sashimi with yuzu, salmon roe and truffle oil to tiger prawn tempura. Zuma also has one of the best brunches in town. It’s a baikingu (buffet) set-up, meaning you have access to a generous spread of the menu’s most talked about items. Short on time during the workday? Opt for the set lunch that aims to serve guests in less than one hour.    

Time Out tip: The weekend brunch at Zuma is the best bang for your buck: bottomless champagne, unlimited helpings from a buffet stacked with Japanese starters and sushi, your choice of entrée like spicy beef tenderloin or miso cod, and an Instagrammable dessert platter for the table is just $99.