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Zuma Hong Kong launches new healthy dishes and cleansers

January 24, 2018 Dining No Comments Email Email

Zuma Hong Kong has launched into the new year with the introduction of exquisite healthy dishes and cleansers. Incorporating the fresh Japanese flavours that they’re known for throughout the new menu, these additions are full of flavour and there’s something to suit everyone.

Taking full advantage of seasonal produce, Zuma’s latest creations incorporate the highest quality ingredients. Kicking off the selection of new eats is vegetarian sushi 9 selections (v)[HKD220], a marriage of seasonal European vegetables and Japanese spices, including shichimi, Sancho pepper, dry miso and smoked sea salt. The team’s dedication to drawing out flavour through spices is carried through to the new chili marinated corn fed chicken breast, crispy skin and nashi [HKD210], which has a homemade sauce made out of fermented Jalapenos that takes seven days to make.

The team’s much-loved wagyu tataki, which uses the best snow aged beef, is complemented by black truffle ponzu [HKD220] or black truffle [HKD350]. Highly sought after through the winter, the black truffle comes directly from Perigord in France, known as the country’s centre for truffles. International ingredients are also incorporated in the zuma salad with seasonal vegetables and barley miso dressing (v) [HKD110]. The simple dish has a bed of organic lettuce from Holland, baby carrots from New Zealand, three types of radish from New Zealand and fresh beetroot from France, incorporating the best ingredients from the world over.

Adding to the extensive selection of Sashimi, Head Sushi Chef Gary Tsang, has sourced orange fed yellowtail from Japan’s Kumamoto prefecture. With its natural hint of orange flavour, the yellowtail is complemented by a specially made ponzu sauce, to further bring out the citrus notes.

Continuing the citrus theme Head Pastry Chef Eddy Lee has created yet another standout dessert. Iced dekopon oranges, rice crackers and jasmine ice cream are added to his Japanese toychime strawberry sundae [HKD180]. Light, yet packed full of flavour, the fruity dessert certainly won’t disappoint.

For a healthy cocktail alternative, Bar Development Manager for Asia Arkadiusz Rybak and his team have specially crafted three new cleansers. Driven by healthy ingredients, no unnecessary sugar is added, with the sweetness coming from natural fruit. Choose from Yuki Pi-Chi with cucumber, Japanese white peach, yuzu, and soda water; Momocha with matcha tea, yakult, peach, and lemon; and Nashi Soda made with shiso, pear, yuzu juice, lemon juice, and soda water.

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