Zuma's no newbie to the HK dining scene, but it still manages to maintain an air of exclusivity. Don't be surprised if you spot the rich, famous and elite hanging here with their chopsticks hovering over Black Cod or A5 grade Kumamoto wagyu. It remains the place to see and be seen. Respect.
As with its other locations (notably London, Dubai, Miami and Vegas - sensing a swanky theme to the postcodes?) Zuma focuses on modern Japanese cuisine, with the robata grill and sushi some of the faves. Can't justify the prices in the restaurant? Wind your way up the epic spiral staircase to the upper-level bar. Yeah, you might find a banker crowd most weeknights, but no can say it isn't buzzing. BarChick was all over the Fukaura Margarita - Ocho tequila, carrot juice, cumin and coriander seeds, chilli, honey and lemon juice. Fuk-aura yeah, we say.
Looking for a killer brunch spot? Most expats in Hong Kong will have hit up Zuma at some point. With bottomless Champagne and a buffet table of delicacies that runs the length of the restaurant, it's one bling way to blow the budget and booze your way into the weekend.