It feels like Japanese fine-dining restaurant Zuma has been around forever, and its longevity is a testament to just how much people love its food. By now — 13 years after the London concept’s opening in our city — its weekend brunch feels a little bit like a Hong Kong rite of passage, too.
You know the drill: sashimi, nigiri, maki, tempuras and salads in unlimited supplies; mains to choose from, like teriyaki salmon, spicy beef tenderloin, grilled hamachi, or chilli-marinated chicken thigh, to name a few; and of course, free-flow champagne.
Shortlist: Uma Nota, La Rambla, Hutong, Blue Supreme
See the full list of The Loop HK 30 Best Eats 2020 winners here