Midvale >Tsunami Union Heights
Great Great Place! I have eaten here more times than I can count and would recommend it over any other sushi joint in the area. It is rare, but I have had service issues, no more than any other restuarant, but good food makes up for a multitude of sins.
Best Restaurant experience!. My husband and I ate at Tsunami two days in a row. Paul our Chef made great recomendations which made it a great experience over all. We just moved here from Seatle and can honestly say that we have found our new favorite Restaurant.
Sushi lovers' spot. As a native of Japan and a sushi lover, I was wondering how authentic their sushi is. Recently, sushi is really popular in this country, but it is very difficult to find a good place. I was wondering wrong. I was totally satisfied by the taste, presentation, and manner. The wet towel is authentic manners at a sushi counter. The sushi chef is making sushi with bare hands, which is also authentic. And the variety of sushi is very reasonable. I highly recommend the spicy rolls. Believe me, this restaurant can survive even if it is in Japan. The only problem is that you have to make a reservation if you don't want to wait for long. Well, plan ahead if you would like to get high quality sushi! This is a sushi restaurant, do not expect eat something else.
I hear the sushi is good.
Not being a sushi fan, I didn't particularly enjoy the restaurant. Their non-sushi items are very limited. The wait was over an hour (it was Friday). Those with me, however, devoured the sushi and sang it praises all night. They are planning to return for more sushi (without me).
For a mixed group of lovers and non-lovers of sushi, I recommend The Happy Sumo, which offers many non-sushi items that are fantastic, plus a great selection of sushi.
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