NITN | @notintownlive | 01 Jul 2023, 02:25 am
Naples: Capri Palace Jumeirah, located on the famous island in Naples, Italy, has made the dining scene here a little more exciting by introducing contemporary izakaya cuisine at their newly opened Zuma Capri.
“We are so excited to announce the opening of our third Italian restaurant,” said Rainer Becker, co-founder and creator of Zuma.
Perched on the hotel’s rooftop, Zuma Capri offers a panoramic view of the Sorrentine Peninsula and the azure Tyrrhenian Sea, and is open to both visitors and the hotel’s guests.
Zuma Capri operates from Monday to Sunday from 7pm.
The signature menu at Zuma Capri features marinated black cod wrapped in hoba leaf and roasted lobster with shiso ponzu butter among others.
Besides, you will find dishes exclusive to Zuma Capri inspired by the famed fragrant Capri lemons, including sliced lobster with Capri lemon and oscietra caviar, Capri Lemon Mochi for dessert, and Kakigori lemon beverages.
Said Ermanno Zanini, Regional Vice President for Southern Europe and the United Kingdom for Jumeirah Group, "We're delighted to welcome guests to Zuma Capri this summer. Capri Palace Jumeirah captures the true spirit of the Italian Dolce Vita.”
So if you are in Naples and visiting Capri, then why not enjoy Zuma’s contemporary izakaya menu and cocktails to the soundtrack of chilled house beats and unparalleled vistas of the island and the sea.
About Capri Palace Jumeirah
Located in Anacapri, the upper reaches of the island of Capri, the hotel sits more than 300 meters above sea level. It has 67 rooms and suites with each designed to offer light and airy interiors, bringing life to the ancient roots of the palazzo architecture and art-themed suites lined with tributes to the works of Mirò, Magritte and Warhol. The hotel is host to The White Museum, a private collection of contemporary works showcased throughout the common areas.
Capri Palace Jumeirah features the island’s only two-Michelin starred restaurant, L'Olivo, and Il Riccio Restaurant & Beach Club, located moments from the fabled Blue Grotto.
Zuma was co-founded by Rainer Becker and Arjun Waney in 2002. Zuma London, the first restaurant to open, remains the brand's homestead. Zuma is now located across the world, including Hong Kong (2007), Dubai (2008), Istanbul (2008), Miami (2010), Bangkok (2011), Abu Dhabi (2014), New York (2015), Rome (2016), Las Vegas (2017), Boston (2019), Madrid (2021) and Maldives (2022).
In addition to permanent restaurants, Zuma has a number of pop-up and seasonal venues across the globe, such as Datca Peninsula, Bodrum, Phuket, Kitzbuhel, Ibiza, Mykonos and Porto Cervo, Sardinia.
Zuma's characteristic culinary concept features a main kitchen, sushi counter and robata grill offering modern, sophisticated Japanese cuisine.
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