Tsunami Opens New Fluvial Location

Jorge Chávez
Apr. 6, 2016

Tsunami Sushi has recently opened a new location in Fluvial Vallarta. The brand, which has been in existence for well over a decade in Puerto Vallarta, is well recognized by locals due to the outstanding quality of their offerings. For many years, Tsunami operated its main restaurant in Plaza Las Glorias with Kabuki—different name, related management—serving customers on Olas Altas St. With the new location, all branches are now consolidated into one.

Aside from a very diverse sushi offering, Tsunami features several soup and salad choices, along with ongoing specials, which are usually advertised in their Facebook page. Their popular Martes de Tablas (or Table Tuesdays) features an all-you-can-eat sushi selection at a fixed price, and their Sabados Calientes (or Hot Saturdays) offer discounts in all dishes from their warm kitchen.

Tsunami Sushi Restaurant is located at the corner of Niza and Rio Amur Sts. in Fluvial Vallarta, near the Hotel Zone.


Sandra Rojas
Sonora House

“One of the biggest benefits of advertising our business in Vallarta Lifestyles is the presence of our brand aimed to the audience we are looking for. It is a reliable and professional magazine that has helped us with the marketing of our restaurant several times, through well done photography or articles. We feel that we understand each other.”
Leonardo Uribe
General manager

“We started to advertise 7 or 8 years ago and certainly it has helped us position our brand. Now that we have improved a lot in quality, processes and finished products, our marketing in the magazine is precisely to strengthen the leadership we have earned through the 13 years in the area. I also think that we also have grown with the advertisement and that it has been done and it has helped us get to where we are now.”
Aaron Fisher

“Without doubt, Vallarta Lifestyles is the best positioned Magazine in the region. Its solid presence keeps a strong and always fresh vision about the destination, as well as activities. Besides, I consider it a great intellectual contribution for the well written articles that are in each issue.”