Gourmet resort: Zuma takes up residence at Capri Palace Jumeirah

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This summer, Zuma’s 23rd restaurant opens at the top of the Capri Palace Jumeirah in Anacapri, in the island’s most unspoilt region. A new address to delight the taste buds with the best of Japanese flavours, enhanced by the famous local lemon.

 

When Italian Dolce Vita meets Japanese-inspired gastronomy… An exceptional marriage to be discovered this summer on mythical Capri, in the Bay of Naples.

 

From June 29, every evening from 7 p.m., you’ll be able to enjoy a “perched” experience on the island in more ways than one...

 

The famous Zuma restaurant has arrived at the Capri Palace Jumeirah. This luxury hotel, where the price of a standard room ranges from €725 per night in low season to €1,500 in high season, offers a breathtaking view of the island’s splendours. For it nestles in Anacapri, overlooking Capri at an altitude of 300 metres, and allows you to enjoy its “most authentic, exclusive and unspoilt part“.

 

Breathtaking panorama

 

To get there incognito, you can request assistance for private transfers by speedboat or helicopter from Naples or Sorrento.

 

The Zuma Capri itself is perched on the roof of the hotel, offering, according to the press release, “a breathtaking panorama of the island of Ischia and the Gulf of Naples“.

 

Capri’s most discerning summer guests will thus be able to vary their pleasures after having perhaps already experienced the two other exceptional dining venues already offered by the Capri Palace Jumeirah. These include L’Olivo, the island’s only two-Michelin-starred restaurant, and Il Riccio Restaurant & Beach Club, a “people’s mecca and seafood paradise” just a stone’s throw from the mythical Blue Grotto.

 

Izakaya cuisine and Capri lemons

 

At Zuma Capri, taste buds will also reach new heights. The menu will feature the signature dishes of the restaurant brand, co-founded in London in 2002 by Rainer Becker and Arjun Waney. The concept revisits and upscales Japanese izakaya-style cuisine (the equivalent of a Spanish tapas bar…).

 

You’ll be transported to paradise by the flavors of marinated black cod wrapped in hoba leaf, or lobster roasted with shiso ponzu butter. The island’s specialty – the famous Capri lemon – will also enhance lobster slices, osciètre caviar, Mochi desserts or refreshing drinks…

 

We are delighted to partner with Zuma and offer our guests an exceptional new culinary experience in this coveted part of the island,” said Ermanno Zanini, General Manager of Capri Palace Jumeirah and Regional Vice President of the Jumeirah Group. “Capri Palace Jumeirah captures the essence of Italian Dolce Vita, and the opening of Zuma Capri further enriches our restaurant offering. Now there’s one more reason to discover the unspoilt charm of Anacapri in the new 2023 season“.

 

22 Zuma locations worldwide

 

Zuma has already spread to 22 locations worldwide (16 permanent and 8 seasonal). After several locations in Europe (London, Madrid, Kitzbühel in Austria, Ibiza, Mykonos and Bodrum, Datça, Istanbul in Turkey), the United States (Boston, Miami, New York, Las Vegas) and Asia (Abu Dhabi, Bangkok, Doha, Dubai, Hong Kong, Maldives, Phuket), Zuma Capri is its third address in Italy, after Rome and Porto Cervo (Sardinia).

 

Zuma’s presence has been recognized by numerous awards: “Restaurant of the Year” in the UK at the Tatler Restaurant Awards, “Most Exciting New Restaurant” for Zuma Hong Kong at Conde Nast Traveler’s Hot Tables Awards and “Best New Restaurant 2009” for Time Out Istanbul. Zuma’s London and Hong Kong restaurants were also ranked in the S. Pellegrino World’s Top 100. Pellegrino World’s Best Restaurants, by an international panel of over 800 critics, chefs and restaurateurs.

 

First steps in France in 2024

 

We were very excited to see the excitement for Zuma in Italy through the success of our restaurant opening in Porto Cervo, Sardinia, in the summer of 2022. We look forward to opening our third restaurant in Italy on the beautiful island of Capri, in partnership with the Capri Palace Jumeirah,” explains Rainer Becker, Zuma’s co-founder and creator, who himself won the title of Chef of the Year from Harper’s Bazaar and Moet in 2004.

 

Zuma will take its first steps in France in spring 2024, with a planned inauguration in Cannes. It will occupy 650m2 of indoor space and 500m2 of terraced space on the first floor of the former Palm Beach casino, which has been renovated as a giant tourist hub. With, as in Capri, a magical view over a beautiful Mediterranean horizon…

 

Read also >Hotels: Venice’s Cipriani named best hotel in the world 2023 in La Liste ranking

 

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This summer, Zuma’s 23rd restaurant opens at the top of the Capri Palace Jumeirah in Anacapri, in the island’s most unspoilt region. A new address to delight the taste buds with the best of Japanese flavours, enhanced by the famous local lemon.

 

When Italian Dolce Vita meets Japanese-inspired gastronomy… An exceptional marriage to be discovered this summer on mythical Capri, in the Bay of Naples.

 

From June 29, every evening from 7 p.m., you’ll be able to enjoy a “perched” experience on the island in more ways than one...

 

The famous Zuma restaurant has arrived at the Capri Palace Jumeirah. This luxury hotel, where the price of a standard room ranges from €725 per night in low season to €1,500 in high season, offers a breathtaking view of the island’s splendours. For it nestles in Anacapri, overlooking Capri at an altitude of 300 metres, and allows you to enjoy its “most authentic, exclusive and unspoilt part“.

 

Breathtaking panorama

 

To get there incognito, you can request assistance for private transfers by speedboat or helicopter from Naples or Sorrento.

 

The Zuma Capri itself is perched on the roof of the hotel, offering, according to the press release, “a breathtaking panorama of the island of Ischia and the Gulf of Naples“.

 

Capri’s most discerning summer guests will thus be able to vary their pleasures after having perhaps already experienced the two other exceptional dining venues already offered by the Capri Palace Jumeirah. These include L’Olivo, the island’s only two-Michelin-starred restaurant, and Il Riccio Restaurant & Beach Club, a “people’s mecca and seafood paradise” just a stone’s throw from the mythical Blue Grotto.

 

Izakaya cuisine and Capri lemons

 

At Zuma Capri, taste buds will also reach new heights. The menu will feature the signature dishes of the restaurant brand, co-founded in London in 2002 by Rainer Becker and Arjun Waney. The concept revisits and upscales Japanese izakaya-style cuisine (the equivalent of a Spanish tapas bar…).

 

You’ll be transported to paradise by the flavors of marinated black cod wrapped in hoba leaf, or lobster roasted with shiso ponzu butter. The island’s specialty – the famous Capri lemon – will also enhance lobster slices, osciètre caviar, Mochi desserts or refreshing drinks…

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This summer, Zuma’s 23rd restaurant opens at the top of the Capri Palace Jumeirah in Anacapri, in the island’s most unspoilt region. A new address to delight the taste buds with the best of Japanese flavours, enhanced by the famous local lemon.

 

When Italian Dolce Vita meets Japanese-inspired gastronomy… An exceptional marriage to be discovered this summer on mythical Capri, in the Bay of Naples.

 

From June 29, every evening from 7 p.m., you’ll be able to enjoy a “perched” experience on the island in more ways than one...

 

The famous Zuma restaurant has arrived at the Capri Palace Jumeirah. This luxury hotel, where the price of a standard room ranges from €725 per night in low season to €1,500 in high season, offers a breathtaking view of the island’s splendours. For it nestles in Anacapri, overlooking Capri at an altitude of 300 metres, and allows you to enjoy its “most authentic, exclusive and unspoilt part“.

 

Breathtaking panorama

 

To get there incognito, you can request assistance for private transfers by speedboat or helicopter from Naples or Sorrento.

 

The Zuma Capri itself is perched on the roof of the hotel, offering, according to the press release, “a breathtaking panorama of the island of Ischia and the Gulf of Naples“.

 

Capri’s most discerning summer guests will thus be able to vary their pleasures after having perhaps already experienced the two other exceptional dining venues already offered by the Capri Palace Jumeirah. These include L’Olivo, the island’s only two-Michelin-starred restaurant, and Il Riccio Restaurant & Beach Club, a “people’s mecca and seafood paradise” just a stone’s throw from the mythical Blue Grotto.

 

Izakaya cuisine and Capri lemons

 

At Zuma Capri, taste buds will also reach new heights. The menu will feature the signature dishes of the restaurant brand, co-founded in London in 2002 by Rainer Becker and Arjun Waney. The concept revisits and upscales Japanese izakaya-style cuisine (the equivalent of a Spanish tapas bar…).

 

You’ll be transported to paradise by the flavors of marinated black cod wrapped in hoba leaf, or lobster roasted with shiso ponzu butter. The island’s specialty – the famous Capri lemon – will also enhance lobster slices, osciètre caviar, Mochi desserts or refreshing drinks…

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Sophie Michentef has worked for more than 30 years in the professional press. For fifteen years, she managed the French and international editorial staff of the Journal du Textile. She now puts her press, textile, fashion, and luxury expertise at the service of newspapers, professional organizations, and companies.

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