Tsunami Experience in Annapolis

Going into Annapolis, Maryland, I was expecting another city. What else is there on the East Coast? Well, I was mistaken and pleasantly surprised with what I found. The city has been rejuvenated with great shops and restaurants.

One of the evenings that we were there, we decided to go downtown and try the Tsunami restaurant. It is a great place to meet with friends. The ambiance is relaxing and very much like a lounge. Even though there is a wide variety of entrees and appetizers on the menu, I opted to have sushi. Tsunami is known to have some of the best sushi in the area. In fact, for 2012, Tsunami was a finalist for ??????Best Asian??????, ??????Best Martini?????? and ??????Best Sushi.??????

The Edamama tossed with a chili oil was extremely tasty and a nice change from those that I have eaten in other restaurants.

When I have the opportunity to return to Annapolis, Maryland, I will plan a visit to Tsunami. There are so many other menu items I want to try.

If you are going: Tsunami, 51 West St, Annapolis, MD, (410) 990-9868, www.tsunamiannapolis.com.

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