Britain has for many years, earned itself a reputation of making extraordinarily bad food. Indeed, historically British cuisine has been the butt of many jokes among their American friends.
Well Manhattan may start seeing the end to this myth since Zuma opened its doors in midtown last week. The restaurant – that originated in London and has been the recipient of various cuisine-related awards – incorporates food from three different kitchens via its izakaya style. The spicy beef is a must have and the whole lobster – while not cheap – is definitely worth the money.
In addition, the ambiance – enhanced by the interior design with booths that look like private huts – makes Zuma a true out-of-this-world experience and negates any ideas that British food should be avoided at all costs.