Just okay. WAY overpriced. The atmosphere is good if you are looking for a hip place to hang out and have a few drinks (be prepared to drop some $ though). As far as the sushi, we have tried tons and sushi restaurants and were not very impressed. The presentation is nice but for some reason the sushi just doesn't taste right, perhaps it is not the freshest.
This is by far the grossest sushi I have eaten. I could not even finish eating it and had to get other food to eat afterwards. I got three different rolls, which are also available at other sushi resturants with the same name, and I did not like either of them. I will never eat there again. I wasted my money here and was very unhappy with the food. Don't eat there sushi, espically if you are a first time trier of sushi.
Tsunami - known for chic atmosphere, great service, great night life, cool drinks, and most of all great well presented sushi.
Not the best place to bring the kids, but if you are looking for a night on the town go to Tsunami.
The place is all about atmosphere and being seen in a trendy, popular place. I've been ONCE and didn't care to go back. I found it expensive and the sushi mediocre at best. The only thing that was really good there was the saki.
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