Step inside Zuma Abu Dhabi’s divine restaurant for a sumptuous Japanese dining experience, infused with an inviting atmosphere.
Enter Zuma via the stunning staircase or exclusive glass elevator – both designed for guests to admire the opulent space and waterfront views before taking to your table.
Whether you come for the brunch, to sit at the sushi or robata counters or dine from the à la carte menu, your tastebuds will dance to the tune of modern Japanese cuisine.
One of Abu Dhabi’s premier dining destinations, enjoy an electric ambience and a menu packed full of contemporary, yet authentic flavours.
Zuma’s ‘designed to share’ approach – izakaya – follows the Japanese style of informal eating and drinking and is perfect for a relaxed catch up with friends.
Authentic Japanese cuisine with a non-traditional twist – this bold take results in a tempting menu featuring quality ingredients, exceptional flavours and tempting presentation.
Abu Dhabi is famous for its brunches – Zuma’s Baikingu brunch offers three adult packages and one child option featuring exquisite food and delicious drinks.
Set in The Galleria, situated on the glamorous retail hub of Al Maryah Island, guests can soak up the restaurant’s views of the turquoise Arabian Gulf.
Zuma Abu Dhabi enjoys an eclectic menu of three equally enticing options in its restaurant – select from the main kitchen, sushi counter or robata grill.
Feast on bold Japanese dishes brimming with quality ingredients, offering authentic, but not always traditional, flavours with a flair for the contemporary.
Sample signature dishes such as the mouthwatering miso marinated black cod or the mushroom rice hotpot with shaved fresh truffle. This dish is designed to embrace Japanese izakaya style, food that’s made to share.
Split plates of sumptuous sushi and sashimi from the menu and tuck into tiger prawn tempura. Don’t miss the chance to experience the sought-after brunch, either.
Abu Dhabi itself is a modern city with roots in the traditional so Zuma fits in perfectly to the captivating capital of the UAE. Guests will find Zuma on Al Maryah Island, in The Galleria mall – a popular location for both dining and retail.
Zuma is well-loved by both locals and visitors so expect a buzz when you visit. Enter via an exclusive elevator and soak up the glittering waterfront views before settling down to a Japanese feast in effortlessly cool surroundings.
At just five miles (eight kilometres) away from Corniche Road, Zuma is incredibly easy to get to and will take less than 15 minutes by car.
Enjoy views over the Arabian Gulf as you take W Corniche Road, then Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Street.
Join Zayed The First Street – continue along this road to Al Maryah Island before turning left onto Abu Dhabi Global Market Street First. Here, you’ll find the Zuma Abu Dhabi restaurant.
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Book Zuma’s intimate spaces for private events or celebrations – seating up to 14, this is a perfect option for both corporate and personal occasions.
Zuma Abu Dhabi has three adult packages and one children’s option available at varying prices. The Kitsu (395 AED), Kowaku (495 AED) and Kyasha (595 AED) offer different drink pairings alongside a menu that includes vegetable gyozas, chicken tempura, scallops and fresh oysters. The Kodomo is for children aged 4-12 and is 195 AED. Check the restaurant’s website for the latest menu and prices.
It’s advisable for guests wishing to dine in the restaurant from the à la carte menu to book a table in advance with the Zuma Abu Dhabi reservations team. However, if you’re hoping to enjoy a meal from the comfort of the sushi and robata counter, reservations aren’t necessary.
Zuma Abu Dhabi offers a lavish setting with a relaxed approach to dining thanks to its Japanese izakaya style of sharing food and has a smart casual dress code to match.
While tipping isn’t compulsory in Abu Dhabi, it is common to leave a gratuity at your discretion – around 10% is customary.