Birthday Dinner: Tsunami Review
I went to Tsunami to celebrate my grandma's birthday and I was so excited, especially because I always mesmerised by sizzling steak on hot volcanic rock. It's a bit like having a personal stove in a fancy restaurant. Depending on how expert you are, you can cook your steak from medium rare to well done level. This way, none of the staff can be blamed if the steak wasn't cooked to perfection (tee-hee).
Tsunami offers a romantic ambiance from the dimmed light as well as thousand fairy lights that they put on. When we went there they had a live jazz duo which really add to the beautiful atmosphere. Tsunami is a good place to have functions (birthday, wedding, etc) and they also provide their professional photography service throughout the function.
We ordered sliders, sushi rolls, quail gyoza for starters and our food came out promptly. The service of the night was good because the waitstaff were attentive to our needs of tea and water. Everyone enjoyed their experience of cooking their own steak. I am not an expert on beef tenderness, but the wagyu grade 7 from Mayura that my uncle ordered was really tender and juicy. The sukiyaki set was huge for $28 and it was served with shiitake and enokitake. My cousin was having difficulty of finishing the sukiyaki but really happy with the portion.
At the end of the night, everyone rolled out of Tsunami with happy faces and full tummy.
Some photos from the night (we saw some Church friends who had dinner there too):