In our effort to give the place yet another chance (and our hope that it will pull up and be the delicious sushi place it once was), we did our every-six-months check-back at Tsunami. It's just as loud as ever (that will never change), and, unfortunately, the sushi was bad. Not just mediocre-- it was downright bad. We left 1/3 of 4 rolls-- unheard of. At one point during the meal I mentioned that it made supermarket sushi look good.
We started with avocado salads, which were, as always, very good (love that honey / peanut / miso dressing). Then came the sushi. We got three of their signature rolls (tsunami, dragon, kamikaze) and a crunchy roll. The tempura shrimp in the tsunami roll were soggy and tasted of ammonia-- ugh. (This had happened before, on a week night, when the waiter explained that since business was slow, it was probably made the day before-- not acceptable then, nor on the weekend night that was our last visit, when trade would have suggested fresher offerings). The kamikaze and dragon rolls were just blah-- none of the zip and exciting flavors that they once had. Only the crunchy roll (which was the one we expected least of) was at all acceptable. Did we send it back? No. Why? Because we had each eaten a piece of each roll before discussing it, and that was half the meal. We just left the rest (no questions by our waiter-- interesting). The service was fine, but we're giving up on giving them additional chances, when there are other sushi options in Annapolis that are great (Joss) and good (Matsu sushi on Cherry Grove-- good sushi but not much atmosphere). Don't waste your time and money at Tsunami.
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