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  • Cuisine
    Asian, Thai, Vietnamese, Fusion, Cafe

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Patty S.
Report | 2 months ago
Very good food, friendly staff
Pat J.
Report | 5 months ago
Good food! Free green tea!
Alaxandra W.
Report | 5 months ago
Absolutely delicious food for a great price!
Cheryl P.
Report | 5 months ago
Great food and atmosphere.
karen w.
Report | 6 months ago
good food, good price, nice staff. excellent complementary hot tea, love the yakosaba, vermicelli, night market, salad rolls, tofu teriaki. one of the best teriyaki sauces i have had. home made or jar i don't know...
gayle b.
Report | 7 months ago
Owner was very patient in explaining all dishes. He added lots of veggies to my wife's order that she wanted, at no charge!! He was very friendly and customer focused. Food was fresh and excellent. While their to pick it p, a woman came in to order catering sized food for Saturday. Owner explained they were closed that Saturday, but offered, after talking with her, that he would call her if he could get someone to come in and cook her order! That is truly an owner who deserves acknowledgement.
Jeannine R.
Report | 7 months ago
Definitely try the vermicelli and the lemongrass chicken. Delicious!
Megan W.
Report | a year ago
Both dishes I got were great! Will go back.
Darla W.
Report | a year ago
Everything has MSG. The only thing I could eat was the lettuce rolls and they were almost all iceberg lettuce. My husband had the special and it was mostly onions. It didn't say it has onions in it and he can't have onions.
Adreinne C.
Report | a year ago
Would recommend this restaurant. Great foof
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From Our Editors

A wave of flavor washes over visitors to Tsunami Teriyaki, who can dig into charbroiled teriyaki, chicken wings, and Thai and Vietnamese dishes. Spring rolls stuffed with chicken and vegetables and garnished with a ginger-lime sauce can start off meals, or diners can sample salad rolls made with carrots, bean sprouts, and peanut sauce. The hearty selection of noodles ranges from pad thai, “Thailand’s official rice noodle,” to vermicelli, Vietnam’s “light and healthy rice noodle.” The luscious noodles arrive mixed with cilantro, toasted peanuts, lemongrass, bean sprouts, and proteins such as tofu, chicken, or steak. The house Tsunami Specials platters include chicken or tofu mixed with string beans, Thai herbs, or a crushed peppercorn sauce. Thai iced tea and Vietnamese iced coffee wash down spices, and boba drinks of avocado, mango, and sour-green-apple flavors provide refreshing sips that may come with pearls of tapioca freshly stolen from the elusive tapioca oyster.

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