Review on Tsunami
The second branch of Tsunami is more discreet, intimate and refined than its high-profile elder brother in Clapham. The tranquil interior is defined by delicate golden flower motifs on the walls and stone-coloured banquettes, and the food aims for high art with some splashes of fusion.
The kitchen deals in top-end sashimi (including yellow tail with jalapeño, coriander and ponzu sauce and 'sun-kissed' tuna seared in hot olive oil), plus innovative versions of tempura, salads, teriyaki and the like. Browse the list of appetisers for nasu goma (grilled baby aubergine with sesame sauce or try the 'oyster shooter' (with saké, ponzu, momiji oroshi, quail's egg and scallion). Moving on there are 'toban' (clay pot) dishes and a host of specials ranging from duck breast with winter vegetable broth to char-grilled Wagyu rib-eye with foie gras on wilted spinach in a trio peppercorn sauce.
Sushi appears at the end of the menu, with luxurious items such as lobster and avocado maki with crisp tempura flakes on the outside, as well as eel, smelt eggs, grilled salmon skin and snow crab in various guises. Beers and cocktails supplement the list of wines and sakés.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 3.00pm Mon-Fri
Dinner: 5.30 - 11.30pm Mon-Sat
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card