Food and drink
It serves modern Japanese cuisine, made for sharing, with no real distinction between starters and mains. Free-flowing bubbly at Sunday brunch seems to appeal to rather a lot of people. The sparkling sake is also worth a glug or two.
Split into two levels - with a bar upstairs and a terrace for alfrescoing - Zuma also includes a show kitchen with deep granite dining counters. Glass, wood and stone predominate, and a lot of office workers are disgorged here directly after they've shut down their desktops.
The service is just right - in that you'll be greeted warmly at the door, and then left to get on with enjoying your meal.
In one of the smartest of Hong Kong's downtown malls, Zuma attracts the sort of people who don't have to read the menu from right to left.
Reckon on HK$800 per head before anything alcoholic.
- Business travellers