restaurant
 
noriyoshi muramatsu of studio glitt, has designed a location that both captures the style and elegance of zuma worldwide, yet embraces unique elements seen only in las vegas
 

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  • main dining area
  • sushi & robata counter
  • private dining rooms
  • raised restaurant & booths
  • main dining area
  • sushi & robata counter
  • private dining rooms
  • raised restaurant & booths
  • a variety of seating options complement the main dining area which is dominated by the open plan kitchen. the design is influenced by eastern philosophy and combines ancient culinary customs with contemporary culture. contrasting the neon lights and man-made structures of las vegas, many of zuma’s focal points incorporate organic materials, such as a feature wall composed of natural stone

  • made from grand tree trunks, sourced from thailand, the robata and sushi counters allow guests to observed zuma’s skilled chef in action. the sushi counter offers a variety of market fresh sashimi, nigiri and maki sushi. zuma's open-flamed robata grill is inspired by the age-old cooking style of the northern japanese fisherman. at the robata, a fine selection of meats, poultry, seafood and seasonal vegetables are grilled over charcoal.

  • located on the third floor of the cosmopolitan of las vegas, features beautiful views of the las vegas strip and offers two glass-enclosed private dining rooms, both of which seat 14 guests. it is a perfect option for a special occasion or business meeting. customized menus and wine pairing are available.
  • the raised restaurant area & booth seating offer an informal but sophisticated alternative to the restaurant. offering the full menu, the raised restaurant provide an extended view of the restaurant and open kitchens while the booth seating positions guests with an advantageous view across the bar and main dining room.

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