A Tsunami Isn’t Always a Bad Thing
I’m writing this review while I’m experiencing Tsunami Seafood Emporium in the mall of Rosebank.
My first impression of the restaurant was “Nice”. It has nice decor, which makes you feel at home, it is nice and clean and the staff is nice and friendly.
Upon entering, we were immediately attended to, regardless of the place being quite busy. We were taken to our seats where we gave our drink orders. It didn’t take long at all for our drinks to arrive – 10 points.
“Now we came here for one thing, and that is sushi…”
We all ordered the same thing, the salmon platter. Some of us ordered some extra Maki’s and California rolls etc. I ordered an extra chicken spring roll. We did ask around before we made our choices, and I have to say, the waiter knew all he needed to know.
It took less than 30 minutes for our food to arrive which is now in front of me.
The presentation is good and everything looks fresh and shiny. I’ll try the Sashimi first……………
Yip, just as I suspected. Fresh. It’s like it was especially caught for us just a few minutes ago – very tasty.
Next I’ll try the Maki……..
Again, very fresh. The seaweed isn’t at all chewy and the rice is nice and soft.
Right, I’m gonna enjoy my sushi for moment and get back to you in a few……………………….
(15 minutes later)
Well that didn’t take long. It was so good, I ate like there was no tomorrow (no pun intended).
I’m gonna eat my spring roll now…..
Beautiful! Its a good size, not too small, not too big (uh…). ;p
It’s cooked to a perfect golden brown color and is perfectly crispy. It has a generous filling, perfectly balanced between the chicken and vegetable. There is chicken in every bite and dipped in the sweet and sour sauce you get with it? – Superb
I like this place. The atmosphere is relaxing and cozy. The food is great and the staff is friendly and knowledgeable. The prices aren’t too bad either. There is even a free WiFi connection, which I am using to post this review.
Well done Tsunami! Two thumbs up from me
Go visit their webpage at http://www.tsunamisa.co.za/ and have a look at their menu. Don’t forget to take the virtual tour.