PAUSE Eats: At Zuma

As you know, we like the best of the best; the finer things in life, somewhere we can wear our best outfits to.

We hit Knightsbridge to try out Zuma restaurant, and we certainly were not left disappointed!


Greeted by a friendly squad of hosts, we were escorted to our stunning table.  The waiters couldn’t be more friendly, and were on hand to recommend food and drinks; they knew their stuff, which is handy as it’s not always easy making a selection when everything on the menu looks so good!

Zuma, doubling up as a bar, also serves top cocktails, so it would have been rude not to give a few of them a try!  They all hit the spot,but I particularly like the Ichigomango as I am partial to a bit of champagne (one of the ingredients)!

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Naturally, we were recommended the best food to order, so we definitely over indulged!  The black cod literally melted in my mouth, and I’ve never tasted such fresh, flavoursome sushi.  I would suggest that if going with a small group, to order a few plates and share.  That way you don’t suffer from food envy, and get to dip your chopsticks in every plate.

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Other tasty dishes, which are a #musttry, are the crispy lemon sole, and the tiger prawn.  Both arrived with such immaculate presentation, it was almost a shame to dig in, but obviously, it didn’t stop me!

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The bonus of sharing plates is that you can take the eating in your stride, and leave room for dessert; and trust me, you will want to!  I couldn’t even pick which one was my favourite!  From the chocolate fondant, to the banana cake, to the pecan pie, all were un-explainably delicious.  Again, if you order all dishes to eat amongst you, you can only end up winning!

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Find out more about Zuma, and book here.

Photography: Benjamin Glean

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