Zuma, the brainchild of Rainer Becker (an award-winning co-founder and creator) is presenting its much-praised rendition of authentic modern Japanese cuisine and signature izakaya dining concept to Qatar for a limited period of 5 months.
In collaboration with the leading hospitality and food services business in Qatar, Aura Group, Zuma’s opening up has broaden the selection of restaurants that both locals and travelers to Qatar can enjoy during and after the biggest sporting event FIFA World Cup.
This pop-up eatery offers its signature sushi counter, robata grill, lounge and bar, plus a terrace and exclusive private dining area that overlooks the sea. Zuma’s vibrant energy is enhanced by a live DJ throughout the season.
Zuma Doha menu
Visitors can experience the complete range of Zuma’s signature recipes, such as the sesame-spiced beef tenderloin, miso-marinated black cod, & grilled seabass with chilli and ginger. The menu is complemented by a variety of cocktails to go with the meals.
Check full menu here:
Zuma Doha booking / reservations
Zuma does not take reservations for the bar or lounge, guests can walk-in. At the lounge high tables, they serve the full A La Carte menu, and the bar serves drinks only.
Link to make bookings and reservations: https://zumarestaurant.com/book/?loc=doha
Guests must be over 21 to join the bar or lounge. Please note that a fee of QAR 150 per car applies to guests driving on to Al Maha island after 3pm. This is not applicable to guests coming through Taxi / Uber.
Zuma Contact number in Qatar
+974 51111148 or +974 44971666
Rainer Becker set up Zuma in London in 2002, after being captivated by Japan during his six-year tenure as executive chef of the Park Hyatt. Nowadays, Zuma is found across the globe, from New York to Dubai, Rome to Miami and Hong Kong and even Qatar through its new temporary establishment.
Zuma was born as a result of my experiences in Tokyo. Great Japanese food demands the freshest produce and uses cutting techniques that make a world of difference to the outcome of a dish. It is this meticulous attention to detail that gives Japanese food a gourmet edge; the more I learned about the cuisine — the more I fell in love with it.”Rainer Becker
The restaurant will close in March 2023 so hurry up and visit with your friends and family.