Sushi Tei

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Atas Japanses food for everybody
Overall Score 
 
4.0
Sushi Tei is a Japanese restaurant that brings higher-end Japanese dining to the mass market. The food is more expensive than the typical Japanese restaurant such as ichiban, but not prohibitively so.

The food meets your expectations for the price that you pay for it. Their sushi cannot compare with the best from Itacho or Genki, but their huge Sushi Tei special rolls are the best. Their Golden Roll is delicious, and you can pair it with their Shoyu Ramen to complete the meal.
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Order the Sashimi Salad with Sushi Tei sauce. Do it.
Overall Score 
 
3.5
Sushi Tei is one of those restaurants that serve Japanese cuisine at near-complete authencity, and since young has always been a place associated with treats in my mind.

A must-order is their Sashimi Salad which comes with plump cubes of fresh raw fish. Choose the Sushi Tei sauce and you’ll be presented with a refreshing and tart salad that makes for a perfect appetiser. The Salmon Oyako Spicy Roll is another dish that will please your palate. With plump sushi rice that wraps crispy salmon skin, topped with aburi salmon, every bite promises a texturally engaging experience.

There was once I tried the Tan Tan Don, and I was not impressed. It tasted like normal rice topped with minced meat that you can probably get at a fraction of the price from a hawker centre. Nonetheless, there are many other dishes that make it worth a trip!
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Tasty Japanese Fare of Phenomenal Quality
Overall rating 
 
4.0
Food / Beverage 
 
5.0
Ambience 
 
4.5
Service 
 
4.0
Value 
 
3.0
Overall Score 
 
4.0
My family and I recently tried Sushi Tei for the very first time. We'd never felt compelled to dine here previously because the prices seem rather exorbitant, but we're all so glad to have tried it and the food turned out to be well worth the money.

You can't go wrong with a nice bowl of ramen of Japanese curry rice, but I'd suggest having more fun with the sides and ordering something new and exciting. We got ourselves the pork belly wrap deep fried with crunchy vegetable strips and plenty of hot, oozing cheese. It was so sinfully good.

For desserts, go for the cute and yummy ice cream, red bean and shiratama balls sandwiched in a pretty biscuit shell. The ice cream flavour and quality was top notch! I was very impressed indeed.

Sadly, the service quality does tend to drop a bit especially when it gets hectic during peak hours of the day. I don't blame them though, the crowds can get rather out of hand and it can be a frazzling experience so I'd cut them some slack and just focus on enjoying the wonderful food.

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Average Spent Per Person:
32
Best Part:
Interesting sides that taste great, good for sharing!
Branch Location:
Vivocity
Recommend to Friend:
Yes
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A Notch Above the Rest
(Updated: February 12, 2015)
Overall rating 
 
4.0
Food / Beverage 
 
4.5
Ambience 
 
4.0
Service 
 
3.5
Value 
 
3.5
Overall Score 
 
4.0
Out of all the sushi restaurants in Singapore, Sushi Tei is my family's favourite, and for good reason. At our favourite outlet in Paragon, the restaurant is spacious, with large tables and cushy seats perfect for a family lunch. Even though the lighting is slightly dim, it sets the atmosphere for an enjoyable meal.

My personal favourite is the kaki mentai sushi - fried oyster wrapped in rice and topped with delicious mentaiko sauce. This was the very sushi which sparked off my love affair for mentaiko, otherwise known as spicy cod roe; during every single visit, it is the first thing I'd order from the menu. Apart from sushi, Sushi Tei also offers your typical Japanese dishes, such as udon and rice, all of which are well-made.

I'd highly recommend this restaurant to everyone, from cozy dates to family lunches.

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Average Spent Per Person:
15
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Affordable, tasty Japanese food
Overall rating 
 
4.0
Food / Beverage 
 
4.0
Ambience 
 
3.0
Service 
 
3.0
Value 
 
4.5
Overall Score 
 
4.0
It's no secret that Sushi Tei is my family's favourite Japanese restaurant. The food is affordable, quality is consistent and service is efficient (most of the time, at least). Compared to other family-friendly Japanese chains that I shall not name, Sushi Tei is definitely a level higher.

I always get the same few dishes when I visit. Every three months, Sushi Tei launches a seasonal promotion menu in line with what produce is fresh and in-season. Currently, they have their Winter Hokkaido 2013 menu, and we ordered the Penthouse Salmon Roll ($12) which was a avocado, salmon and egg roll. The salmon was lightly torched, reminiscent of aburi salmon, and we opted for no wasabi mayo because we are wasabi-wimps.

I ordered a warm Sansai Soba ($10). The soba noodles were decent, not as good as Shimbashi Soba, but tasted alright in a salty shoyu soup base. It was served warm with Japanese mountain vegetables which I honestly do not know the names of, but were cooked well and had a nice crunch. The portion of noodles was very generous, and I couldn't finish it.

Teriyaki Chicken ($8) took a while to arrive, but it was executed decently. The chicken thigh was freshly grilled and had delicious char marks, but we could taste that the chicken had been frozen and thawed. That's to be expected of a chain restaurant though, and I have nothing against frozen meat.

The only thing I can fault Sushi Tei with would be that they don't have sets that come with soup, appetizer, rice, main dish etc. like their competitors, but it's not something I pick on, especially when their a la carte dishes are executed relatively well for the price point. It's worth noting that the homegrown brand has expanded overseas as well, such as to Indonesia and Australia, and are doing quite well.

Overall, a very affordable, family-friendly Japanese chain that serves up decent food. Nothing spectacular or super authentic, but definitely enough to satisfy a hungry stomach.

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Branch Location:
Thomson Plaza
Recommend to Friend:
Yes
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Pretty good ramen!
Overall rating 
 
4.0
Food / Beverage 
 
4.0
Ambience 
 
4.0
Service 
 
4.0
Value 
 
3.5
Overall Score 
 
4.0
Have been to Sushi Tei on a few occasions, and I would always order their ramen. Their beef ramen is really nice. The beef is tender and easy to chew on, and the ramen base is tasty! Probably my favourite dish there.

I have also tried their chicken katsu ramen, which is also pretty nice, but I'd still settle for the beef ramen instead, because I think it tastes nicer together. The chicken katsu is served separately, because it wouldn't taste nice if soaked into the soup, thus it is more like I am eating two separate things. Have also tried the chicken katsu don. Not bad, but have tried better (and cheaper), so nothing worth praising.

Not a fan of sushi or sashimi, so I've never tried any here. I have a friend who loves their salmon sashimi though!

I always notice that the queues at nex and Vivo City can be really long, but I've always eaten at the outlets at Orchard (Paragon and Takashimaya), which have no queue. In fact, the outlet at Paragon was almost empty when I visited. Perhaps it was because it was off peak hours? But I guess the queues speak for themselves: Sushi Tei is no doubt a good choice for a casual Japanese meal!

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Average Spent Per Person:
0
Best Part:
Beef Ramen
Branch Location:
Orchard
Recommend to Friend:
Yes
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forget sakae, support sushi tei
Overall rating 
 
4.0
Service 
 
4.5
Overall Score 
 
4.0
Sushi Tei is fast becoming one of my favourite Japanese restaurant in Singapore! Frankly speaking, I am not particular when it comes to Japanese food. I can settle for anything. I am perfectly fine with places such as Ajitsen Ramen or Sakae Sushi. I am not one of those fanatics who are constantly in search of the most “authentic” ramen/Japanese food in Singapore. However, ever since I've tried Sushi Tei, places like sakae sushi are totally incomparable.

Sushi Tei always has this really long queue during lunch hour. Therefore, I decided to visit their Raffles City Shopping Centre outlet last week. Despite the long queue, we were lucky to get seated in a short time. You tend to get your seats faster if you are fine with the bar seats. Our food took us quite a while to be served however, it is well worth the time. Usually, I would order the sushi directly from the staff instead of getting from the sushi belt as I feel that the sushi will be a tad fresher.

Whenever I visit Sushi Tei, I will order their udon. They have a wide variety of udon at really affordable prices ($12 - $18) and you can choose from a spicy miso base or the normal miso base. Without fail, I will always wipe clean the soup. The serving is just nice for me, not overly big or small. I can still afford to have one or two sushi after my bowl of udon.

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Recommend to Friend:
Yes
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unique sashimi salad with sushi tei sauce
Overall Score 
 
3.5
Sushi Tei serves a wide range of Japanese dishes that are generally fresh.

At Sushi Tei, I like the sashimi salad with sushi tei sauce. The sashimi includes pieces of tuna, salmon, octopus and several other fish sashimi. The fish slices and vegetables are fresh, and thus it is juicy and delicious when eaten on its own. The sushi tei sauce is slightly sour, replacing lemon that is usually dripped over fresh sashimi. Altogether, the sashimi, vegetables and sauce complement each other well and each mouthful has a burst of different flavours. With the cold salad, a hot green tea is nice to warm up the stomach. Another dish that I like will be the chawanmushi. Although it contains average ingredients, the egg is soft and the ingredients used are fresh.

The service at Suishi Tei is below average, perhaps due to the lack of service staff as they are constantly busy especially during the peak periods, and they would take some time before coming to the table. It is advisable to make reservations before turning up at an outlet, as there can be a long queue at times.

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Branch Location:
Raffles City
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Zaru Soba with Sashimi Set
Overall rating 
 
4.0
Food / Beverage 
 
4.0
Ambience 
 
4.0
Service 
 
3.0
Value 
 
3.5
Overall Score 
 
4.0
Sushi Tei is my favourite Japanese dining with my friends. The food quality is constantly good and fresh, the wide variety of sushi, sashimi and cooked food are good for sharing during friends gathering. After trying almost everything on Sushi Tei menu, some dishes don't suit my tastebuds as I'm not used to sweet and sour sushi like mango roll or fruits roll. 

My frequent orders are Zaru Soba, sashimi set, some sushi and warm food. You can ask for minced radish for the Zaru Soba as it goes very well with the soba sauce. Sashimi set is good for sharing and it is filling too. Salmon belly is more tender than the normal salmon, Mekajiki (sword fish) is chewy and has a tint of butter taste, Maguro (tuna) is moist and has a tint of sour taste, Tako (octopus) is very chewy and tough, and Hamachi (yellowtail) is tender. Tai (seabream) is quite dry but a popular choice as it has less fats and people find it as a healthier choice. 

Mentai (baked mayonaise) Scallop is tender but quite greasy. Nabe (paper pot) soup is salty but the ingredients are fresh. The saltiness from the soup brings out the flavour of the seafood. I don't mind spending high calories at Sushi Tei since the food taste so good.

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Average Spent Per Person:
30
Best Part:
Sashimi
Branch Location:
Paragon
Recommend to Friend:
Yes
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