Zuma, the Eater 38 Japanese restaurant at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, adds a permanent brunch to its menu starting Memorial Day weekend after testing it out for Easter and Mother’s Day.
Diners get a shared plate izakaya-style dining experience with unlimited food. The menu features small plates, such as prawn and black cod gyoza; salmon tartare; a premium chef’s selection of maki, sushi, and sashimi; and more. Customers also can pick an entrée with selections such as spicy beef tenderloin with sweet chili soy, Chilean sea bass with shishito-ginger dressing, and a 1.5-pound roasted lobster with shiso lime butter. Each meal finishes with the Zuma deluxe dessert platter with sweet confections, seasonal and exotic fruits, ice creams, and sorbets.
The pricing depends on which beverage package diners choose. A signature package for $95 includes bottomless Roederer Brut Premier Champagne, a cocktails, and soda. Diners can upgrade that package for $20 to include bottomless rosé Champagne. A premium package for $295 includes bottomless Dom Perignon, cold Zuma Fukukomachi junmai ginjo sake, Zuma’s full cocktail menu, and soda, as well as access to all main course options, some of which are an upgrade for the signature tier. Kids ages 12 and under can get small plates and bottomless soda, without an entrée, for $55.
For Memorial Day weekend, the brunch takes place on Saturday and Sunday from noon to 2:30 p.m. Following the holiday, the brunch will be available on Saturdays only from noon to 2:30 p.m. For reservations, call 702-698-2199 or book online.
Update: As of late on May 12, Zuma decided not to offer brunch.
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