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Great sushi transcends gustatory boundaries and enters the realm of art. Such is the case at Zuma Sushi & Sake Bar, where fresh ingredients are swirled together with delicate brushstrokes of imagination. Begin your meal with an appetizer, perhaps an order of Edamame or Shumai (steamed Japanese dumplings). Peruse Zuma’s vast sake menu and select the perfect chilled drink--we recommend something dry, with a touch of aromatic mandarin or mango rice on the nose and a clean, spicy finish. Sushi choices range from traditional rolls like the California to unique chef’s specialties like the signature Zuma roll (barbecued eel, caviar and Alaskan snow crab on an avocado roll). Whatever you order, rest assured that your meal will exceed expectations and be served in an elegant, intimate setting.
Scout Notes: Right here on the main stretch of Inman Park, Zuma is all things sushi… and all things sexy: dramatic lighting, black and crimson décor and plush red booths, sake martini creations, sleek metal chopsticks and fresh, creative nigiri and sashimi. Sushi can be as much a work of art as it is one of our most favorite meals ever; it’s as much about presentation as it is about fresh, authentic ingredients. But don’t feel bad as you demolish that sushi chef’s masterpiece work of art with those professional-grade chopsticks. You can always order more. And besides, these humble guys are kind of used to it by now. You won’t find massive parties pounding the table yelling “Sake Bomb! Sake Bomb” as they down shots of rice wine drowned in Red Bull. But you are allowed to have a little more upscale fun with your sushi in the form of sake martinis, hanging around for lingering Friday nights out in the plush red booths, keeping track of your booth-mate's chopstick fumbles, and trying new things. It’s a cool scene without feeling too “scene-y”. And while there is a definite presence of more “Americanized” rolls with fun sauces and creative presentations on the menu, the humble owner Kyo maintains the traditional sense of this sushi/sake bar with the freshest of ingredients and more traditional combinations. Zuma has been a favorite of the area, and of Atlanta sushi-eaters in general, for six years now. So you know there’s a loyal following of all kinds who come here to get their raw fish fill. We're proud to count ourselves among that following, as we work our way through the menu of over fifty roll options. With all that practice, my chopstick skills are bound to be perfect soon. Now if only I could perfect the slightly awkward, not-so-sexy look of stuffing another roll down my gullet. Menu Highlights: Spider Roll, $9.50 Rainbow Roll, $12.50 Trust Me Roll, $14.00 Hours: Monday - Thursday, 12 p.m. - 3 p.m. (lunch) -- 5:30 p.m. - 12 p.m. (dinner) Friday, 12 p.m. - 3 p.m. (lunch) -- 5:30 - 1 p.m. (dinner) Saturday, 12 p.m. - 1 a.m. Sunday, 12 p.m. - 12 p.m.
Much like ice sculptures and chandeliers full of Roman candles, sushi must avoid open flames at all costs. Savor the delicacy of unfired cuisine with this Groupon. $12 for $25 Worth of Sushi and Sake Sushi and sashimi starts at $4, the lobster tempura roll runs $14, and, at the Toco Hills location, Korean-style short ribs are $16.50. Hot and cold sake is available to wash selections down ($5.50). See the menu. Zuma Sushi & Sake Bar Zuma Sushi & Sake Bar's chefs slice ocean-fresh seafood before hungry eyes at an open bar, spotlighting the skill necessary to create artfully ...
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