Zimzala Restaurant in Huntington Beach


Introducing Zimzala Restaurant and the beautiful Shorebreak Hotel now open in Huntington Beach..All I can say is Go, Go, Go..really!


Located across from the beach in Surf City USA, Zimzala is a Huntington Beach restaurant featuring authentic coastal Mediterranean cuisine, handcrafted cocktails, a hip and stylish décor and a youthful energetic vibe.


Zimzala restaurant is located on the second level of The Strand in downtown Huntington Beach, adjacent to the new Shorebreak Hotel.


Zimzala features a bar, "living room" lounge, semi-exhibition kitchen, dining room, private dining room and outdoor patio spaces. The cool and comfortable space was created by noted design firm De Lisle, Philpotts & Staub Interiors.


The lounge is the perfect place to relax with friends and enjoy handcrafted cocktails and lighter fare over tales of the day's beach and surfing adventures. The main dining room enjoys a glimpse of the semi-exhibition kitchen which produces healthful and exotic renditions of Mediterranean coastal cuisine. Communal sharing is strongly encouraged by our enthusiastic servers!


After dinner, enjoy our at-the-table "Mediterranean honor bar" with a selection of unique liqueurs and spirits. For perfect private events with style, enjoy Zimzala's private dining room complete with a stone fireplace and adjacent outdoor patio.


Happy Hour Flyer | Locals Night and Industry Specials

500 Pacific Coast Highway
Huntington Beach, CA, 92648
www.restaurantzimzala.com


dinner menu

Lounge Open Daily at 11am Restaurant Opens Daily at 6 pm

starters

portuguese crab cakes wilted greens/piri-piri aioli 14

herb-crusted beef carpaccio arugula/capers/olive oil/shaved parmesan 14

zimzala mezze plate

hummus/mediterranean vegetable salads/cheese-filled turkish cigar/

pita pocket with feta & herbs 15

saffron seafood soup fennel fronds/black pepper/grilled bread 10

soup au pistou basil pesto/ditalini/parmesan 9

stone oven flatbreads

seasonal mushrooms/tomato/mozzarella/provolone/oregano 11

italian sausage/caramelized onions/manchego cheese/piquillo peppers 12

manila clams/parsley-garlic pesto/pecorino romano 12

salads

baby spinach/mushrooms/“mimosa”/warm pancetta vinaigrette 9

farro/garden vegetables/red wine vinaigrette 8

hearts of romaine/cucumber/carrots/chickpeas/sherry vinaigrette 10

mediterranean specialties

risotto of diver scallops
asparagus/meyer lemon gremolata 26

moroccan chicken tagine
preserved lemon/olives/golden couscous 23

portuguese onion-smothered rib eye
crisp potatoes/pecorino/chili flakes 33

pan-roasted wild salmon
peas/mushrooms/pearl onions/
marble potatoes/bacon lardons 26

north african vegetable tagine
couscous/onions/tomatoes/carrots/
turnips/squash/chickpeas/raisins 20

orecchiette pasta
eggplant/onions/tomatoes/olives/smoked mozzarella 22

pan-seared “local catch”
shaved fennel/market greens/radish/fines herbes salsa verde 25

grilled lamb kebabs marinated in pomegranate & red wine
rice/lentils/caramelized onion 32

sides

spinach raisins/toasted pine nuts 6

glazed carrots moroccan spices 6

fried potatoes pecorino 6

fritto of seasonal vegetables 6

mujadarrah rice/lentils/caramelized onions 6

vincent muraco/executive chef

For your convenience, 18% gratuity added to parties of six or more.

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Comment by Brent Courier on June 10, 2009 at 11:33am
I went to Zimzala, and found it to be rather simple, uneducated, and unrehearsed. I don't have the highest of standards, and don't expect it-- especially with a new place, but they failed to impress me on my first visit. I don't mean to be harsh, but the juvenile treatment of the product, and the product itself, was rather disappointing. Our waitress tried to be a great assistant, but didn't measure up in the end. They have some work, and ironing out, to do. I'll try them one more time in about 6-mos. Please don't take my blog as a reason not to go try. I encourage you to try them out. I may have hit them at an inopportune moment. Seriously. The hotel is a nice addition to HB, and has a cool vibe to it. It's just working out it's wrinkles.

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