Rivaling Nobu Hong Kong in the popularity and glamour stakes (particularly with the chic European crowd), Zuma offers a sophisticated contemporary twist on the traditional Japanese Izakaya style of informal dining. With Californian fusion-style Japanese cuisine, dishes are characterised by exquisite texture and flavour. Lobster tempura with spicy ponzu, tuna tataki with shards of crisp garlic, and scallops grilled with green pepper and black bean sauce are just some of the delicacies on offer. Spread over two dramatic levels, Zuma offers a dining space to suit all occasions - an in-demand sushi bar with a front-row seat to watch the sushi chefs in action, beautiful private dining rooms, and an outdoor terrace for alfresco dining. Be warned that the noise levels can get pretty high during peak times, and that tables can only be booked for a maximum of 2 hours during peak dining periods. The glamourous in-house cocktail bar is a popular spot for Asian-inspired cocktails with the shopping crowd, given that the upscale Landmark shopping mall is located in the same building. Bookings essential.