Zama: An Extravagant Jungle-Themed Restaurant and Bar in Gaslamp Quarter
If your searching for the best restaurants in Gaslamp Quarter, San Diego’s vibrant Gaslamp Quarter is now able to get a taste of the wild as Zama, and extravagant jungle-themed restaurant and bar, has officially opened its doors. We’re thrilled to extend our heartfelt thanks to Eater San Diego for featured us in an article that’s generating a buzz across the city.
Designed to Amaze
The aesthetics in Zama are a testament to meticulous planning and creative vision. Designed by Tucker Sadler Architects, a local firm known for its contributions to iconic San Diego landmarks such as Portside Pier at the Embarcadero and the San Diego Central Library, Zama’s setting draws inspiration from the Amazonian jungle.
Unlike any of the restaurants in Gaslamp Quarter, you will step inside and find yourself enveloped in tropical rainforest vibes surrounded by lush green and natural wood. It’s an environment that’s not just a restaurant; it’s an immersive journey into the heart of the Amazon, where every corner tells a story of the wild.
Culinary Delights Await
At the heart of Zama’s allure is its diverse and eclectic menu. With a sushi bar presided over by the talented Chef Tayuka Kudo, formerly of Nobu and Lumi downtown, you can expect a delightful fusion of flavors. Mexican aguachile and Peruvian tiradito share the stage with dishes from Latin America, creating a symphony of tastes that will satisfy your cravings.
Experience the Jungle in the Heart of Gaslamp
Zama is more than a restaurant; it’s a destination for those seeking adventure and extravagance. If you’re ready to explore the Amazonian jungle, Zama is the place to be.
We’re now open and invite you to immerse yourself in a dining experience like no other of the restaurants in Gaslamp Quarter. Let us transport you to a world of wild wonders and make your reservation here.
To view Eater San Diego’s full article about Zama click here.