Eating and drinking is fun at Zanzo as patrons sample a number of selected sake brands and sake-based cocktails while sharing good times with friends over Japanese food-inspired tapas. The emphasis here is on unwinding and letting your hair down. The festivities go on until 1am so Zanzo also makes a great last stop before going home. It’s also a venue for planning a private party or a gathering of friends with set minimum spending amounts for you to make convenient plans. At Zanzo… it’s banzai every night!
A cool vibe meets contemporary hip at Zanzo. Nowhere else can you find unique dishes such as Bar-be-cue Wagyu beef with chimmichurri salad, squid noodles, pickled slaw, spicy Gijuchang plus so many other items all on one menu with special sauces and preparation techniques. The ambience around the specially designed Robata Grill is lively and open that everyone can share the fun. There is also the private Zanzo label sake which comes from the award-winning and highly refined ‘Takaragawa’ sake from Hokkaido. The drinks menu as well has many selection of offer for those who like to experiment.
Like an izakaya but classier, like a ryotei but in a relaxed open setting, here you will find wood tables and rows of sake adorning the walls. The seating caters to patrons who enjoy dining in a more contemporary collegial setting. The quiet, backstreet location in the new Tai Hang dining district makes this venue a popular secret spot for food lovers. The distinctive ornate wooden lattice on the outside of the restaurant lifts up to create a unique outsides walk-by bar for drinks and tapas. The staff here is friendly and approachable, making Zanso a place for today’s foodies who seek a different Japanese dining experience less all the formality.