Zuma Rome. I would like to suggest you a place where food and fashion mix each other and create memorable sensations that will fulfill all your senses. I’m talking about the trendiest place in Rome on top of Fendi’s roof terrace.
A place where people go to show off the hottest and most luxury shopping sprees.
A small piece of Japan in Rome, but not only, is an example of high cuisine, experimentation, innovation and the desire to bring customers into another culinary and sensory dimension.
Largo Goldoni, a stone’s throw from Piazza del Popolo, Via Condotti and the Spanish Steps, in the vibrant and heart-filled heart of luxury shopping of Rome, has opened the Zuma restaurant, the highlight of international and contemporary japanese cuisine.
The artistic and architectural charm of the famous Fendi palace, located between Fontanella Borghese and Via Tomacelli, also resides within the same Zuma restaurant, inspired by the four natural elements: air, water, earth and fire.
Elegance yes but contained. Zuma expresses the right emotional bond not only with the city of Rome, but also with the spiritual experience and deep respect that binds the Japanese people to food.
As soon as you enter a curved pink corridor and suspended bamboo you will feel far away from the Roman traffic. Soft light, soft and relaxing atmosphere and exotic suggestions. The main room is characterized by wonderful Thai wooden tables, massive and impressive in all their beauty, comfortable upholstered armchairs, pastel colors and some reddish-draws. It is impossible not to be enchanted and to understand from this detail as the “table”, the most important place in the restaurant, here in the center and not just an accessory to divide the spaces.
The spirit and the essence of the venue inspire Japanese informal dining, Izakaya, you do not expect to find the usual snob restaurant, inaccessible prices, bumpy or distracted staff. All the opposite. You will feel at home, despite the dream location and the five-star food. Most important when going out for dinner: you will feel comfortable, intimately with your diners, despite the full restaurant.
We are in Rome and the glimpse of the windows: there are the roofs of the Capital, the Fuksas lantern at the top of the twentieth-century Palace of the Military Union, the imposing dome of San Carlo, the rectangle of via Condotti and the twin bell towers of Trinità dei Monti. That’s because Rome is an open-air museum.
Finished here? No surprise, and just climb up a floor to find out. The rooftop bar for cocktails with breathtaking views of the city. Music, entertainment and even kitchen with reduced paper. The cocktails are those of Stefano d’Ippolito, who will play mainly with Negroni aged in barrels and bottles (as well as with sake), even in a loyal variant.
Is the perfect place to enjoy a good dinner in a great company enjoying one of the most beautiful views in Rome, ending the evening to have a chat and sip a trendy cocktail on the terrace.
What are you waiting for? Come to Rome and enjoy the night in the most fashionable place in the Eternal City!