Tsunami

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Tsunami Ming Tang Evans

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  • Address:

    Tsunami 5-7 Voltaire Road
    London
    SW4 6DQ

  • Venue phone:

    020 7978 1610

  • Venue website:

    www.tsunamirestaurant.co.uk

  • Opening hours:

    Lunch served 12.30-4pm Sat, Sun. Dinner served 6-10.30pm Mon-Thur; 6-11pm Fri; 5.30-11pm Sat; 6-9.30pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Clapham North tube

  • Price:

    Main courses £7.70-£19.50. Set lunch (Sat, Sun) £15 2 courses

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Winston

Excellent Sushi and Sashimi very attentive but not pushy service and good cocktails. Also try the specials. Was here for the second time and amazed at the good quality food at reasonable prices. Only complaints are sometimes diners are sat very close to each other.

Jessica

The food wasn't great. The portions were too small and overpriced. We felt disappointed and ripped off.

Batul

I went to tsunami last night. My friends and I enjoyed a superb meal and excellent service. I could not fault it. I would highly recommend The beef bulgogi and the pork belly.

Cat Davies

A gorgeous restaurant with incredible food, unsurpassed cocktails and wonderful service. We visited Tsunami on our anniversary and it was a very special evening. The staff automatically asked to put our bouquet in water and displayed them for us. They were extremely attentive, very polite and knowledgable about the food and the drinks. The food was delicious. Teriyaki salmon was to die for, along with tempura vegetables, a delicious side of noodles, battered squid with a wonderfully zesty japanese mayo with green chillies and a heavenly sticky toffee pudding. It was all exquisitely presented. The cocktails - a umami and a strawberry martini - smelled like perfume - beautifully fragrant. A dream of an evening for us and quite the find. It was also very easy to get to and to find.