Upstairs from Di Roza and Fuzion is a Moroccan-themed bar called Fez, which is easily one of the nicest places on the property for drink and some Middle Eastern appetizers. The bar overlooks the Caribbean Village and the ocean, has soft cushioned benches and Moroccan style lanterns. In the evenings you can catch some of the nightly entertainment that takes place on the main stage.
Downstairs from the Ziva lobby, there are two restaurants: Brazil, serving Brazilian steakhouse specialties, and Petit Pariz, serving traditional French fare. The meal at Brazil starts with a selection of appetizers and salads, and then once you are ready for the meat dishes, the server brings green/red signal cards to everyone at the table, which are meant to be flipped to green for more meat, and red to indicate that nothing is wanted right now, thanks. The waiters circulate around the room with skewers of different meat, including chicken, prime rib, pork, sausages, and slice it for you at your table. The meal also includes some side dishes, such as rice and beans. A grilled pineapple was offered as a palate cleanser before dessert.
Petit Pariz is a Zilara only restaurant, so you should expect to see no children here. The menu is a mix of brasserie fare, such as onion soup and steak frites, and more upscale dishes, such as scallops and butter poached lobster. Petit Pariz is open for dinner only.