928 S Cooper St MemphisTN38104
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Tsunami's décor of offbeat works of art gives it a slightly eccentric atmosphere. The menu features a slew of creative Asian and Pacific Rim cuisine running the gamut from potsticker dumplings with chile-soy sauce, to shrimp satay with Thai peanut sauce.
by metroguide on January 28, 2016 from metroguide


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Reservations are recommended.
by Citysearch on November 25, 2009 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

Seafood dishes and small plates mingling Asian and American flavors.:
Tsunami Restaurant Review: A distinctively styled, personal interpretation of the cuisines of Asia and the Pacific is what drives chef Ben Smith’s menu in this Cooper-Young restaurant. A virtual storm-swell of intense and intriguing flavors, chiefly applied to seafood, is evident in such dishes as the spicy shrimp pot stickers and sesame-crusted mahi mahi with massaman-peanut cream, seaweed...
by gayot on December 29, 2012 from gayot
Consistently ranked by locals as one of their favorite restaurants in Memphis, Tsunami serves creative Pacific Rim cuisine. Tropical colors over cement floors and walls enliven the otherwise uninspired setting. But the food's the thing. Appetizers run the gamut from pot sticker dumplings with chili-soy dipping sauce, to shrimp satay with Thai peanut sauce. Among chef/owner Ben Smith's other...
by frommers on April 24, 2011 from frommers
Under chef Ben Smith and his wife Colleen, who runs the house, Tsunami has settled into a routine that manages to be gratifying but never too comfortable. The menu offers a storm-swell of intense and intriguing Asian and American flavors, with a focus on seafood. Saké-steamed mussels in Thai curry sauce and spice-crusted tuna on marinated cucumber exemplify Smith's sense that power and finesse...
by gayot on July 03, 2007 from gayot
Intensely flavored Pacific Rim dishes draw sophisticated diners to this restaurant in the historic Cooper Young District.:
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Painted cement floors and contemporary art on the walls add freshness to the otherwise-Spartan setting. Ask for a table near the front picture windows and you'll get the...
by by Contributor at Citysearch on August 18, 2003 from Citysearch

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Co-Owners David P Smith & Anthony Bond and general manager Kevin Eble are bringing to Cooper Young Memphis a craft haven offering over 24 craft beer taps, 64 oz growlers and Pints.
Here at the Growler Memphis we celebrate craft beer. We have 24 beers on tap for you to choose from. Whether you want to stay for a pint or a flight or take a growler to go, we have what you need. You will love...
by yahoolocal on August 24, 2015 from yahoolocal