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Zuma in Munich: A culinary highlight at The Charles Hotel

Zuma in Munich: A culinary highlight at The Charles Hotel

Sir Rocco Forte and Rainer Becker
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The Charles Hotel in Munich has enthusiastically announced the debut of the world-renowned Zuma restaurant in the Bavarian metropolis.

From 31 May, the hotel restaurant, including its picturesque terrace, will be transformed into Germany’s first Zuma pop-up restaurant. This event promises to be an exciting part of Munich’s summer programme, presenting the city with a slice of upscale Japanese cuisine.

Unique location meets exquisite cuisine

Right in the pulsating heart of Munich, The Charles Hotel unfolds its unique charm as a jewel of hospitality under the roof of the Rocco Forte Group. Here, where luxury feels completely informal, guests can dine amidst green splendour – with a wonderful view of the Old Botanical Garden. The announcement of the collaboration with Rainer Becker, the creative soul behind Zuma, makes the hearts of all gourmets beat faster. This partnership promises to take the city’s culinary offering to a new level. Sir Rocco Forte shares his excitement about this venture with us and emphasises how exceptional the Zuma concept will be on the Munich scene. It is the story of two visionary forces coming together to create something truly unique.

The Zuma experience: modern Japanese cuisine meets Bavarian hospitality

Zuma is loved far beyond its borders for its modern interpretation of Japanese cuisine, which is loosely based on the traditional izakaya style. At this special three-month event, visitors can look forward to a culinary journey of discovery, ranging from savoury highlights such as spicy sesame beef fillet to fiery grilled sea bass with chilli and ginger. But the real star of the evening may well be the Robata grill on the terrace, a real eye-catcher that gives guests a real insight into the heart of Zuma’s culinary world. Every bite and every opportunity to look behind the scenes reveals a little of the dedication and creative fire that lives in every dish.

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A global phenomenon with local charm

Since Zuma opened its doors in London in 2002, the restaurant has developed into a true globetrotter, now with 23 locations around the world. Every new restaurant, every pop-up is a story in itself, and the list of locations reads like a Who’s Who of the hottest destinations – from Rome to Cannes to the sun-kissed beaches of Sardinia. Now Zuma is adding another highlight with its pop-up in Munich. This new adventure in the Bavarian capital is not only another triumph in Zuma’s success story, but also a perfect symbiosis with the unrivalled style and elegance of Rocco Forte Hotels. It is as if the finest Japanese cuisine is dancing with Bavarian hospitality and lifestyle.

About Zuma

When Rainer Becker and Arjun Waney laid the foundations for Zuma in London in 2002, they could hardly have imagined how their concept would conquer the world. Today, with restaurants from Hong Kong to Madrid and now also in Munich, Zuma stands for a fresh and modern way to enjoy Japanese cuisine. It is the perfect mix of classic sushi counters, lively robata grills and a cuisine that never fails to delight. In every Zuma, whether a permanent restaurant or a temporary pop-up, you can feel the passion for genuine, sophisticated Japanese dishes, served in an ambience that is both stylish and relaxed.

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