Your West Australian Wedding Planner

Overview

Wedding Questions & Answers

Q: Do you only have Asian food?
A: No. We have a good menu selection with modern Australian or French inspired dishes as well as Japanese classics to cater for a wide range of guests. And because we’re primarily a restaurant (two time winner of Gold Plate awards) rather than function centre you know the food will be the best quality.

Q: Is the garden under cover? Is there ample street parking close by?
A: Yes. Yes.

Q: How many people can it take?
A: Our maximum is 150 sit down in the garden area or 300 for a cocktail style wedding. For intimate wedding celebrations we have a smaller private self contained area catering for 40 to 100 guests.

Q: Is there parking?
A: There is ample parking on the streets.

Q: How long have you held weddings? Can you help us plan our reception?
A: 14 years. Our experienced team of wedding coordinators and gourmet chefs will assist you in creating a unique wedding that everyone will remember for years to come.

Q: Do you have options for those on a tight budget?
A: Yes. You can have it for fewer hours (4 instead of 5), or on a Sunday. We have a 20% discount for weddings on Monday to Thursday, a ‘winter special’ rate and ‘substantial standup’ packages. Have a look on our web site.

Q: What makes a wedding at Tsunami special?
A: Perhaps it’s the atmosphere, or the girls dressed in kimonos or the beautiful oriental garden with its thousands of fairy lights.

Q: How can I see what it’s like?
A: We can send you a DVD which shows you what a wedding at Tsunami looks like. Go to the bookings page and email us with your mailing address and we’ll send you one. Or you can ring us on 9284 7788 after 4pm, or sms us on 0422 321 400 and arrange a time for a viewing (usually at night after dinner so you can see the setup with the lights on – you can come in for dinner or just a drink).

Tsunami
Tsunami

Gallery

Enquiry Form

Contact Us

Hours of Operation

Restaurant – Tues to Sun: 5.00 pm to 12.00 am

Close Menu
Translate »