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Arriving by public bus: #7,14,14e,16,65,106,111,123,175,502,502A (09048 - Lucky Plaza) Arriving by Train: Exit A - (NS22 Orchard) Nearest Carpark: Paragon Carpark continue reading
All Branches (14)
Telephone
6235 1771
Introduction
Sushi Tei presents an assortment of scrumptious and creatively designed Japanese gastronomy - appealing to the delight of aficionados of Japanese cuisine. The menu features Japanese offerings and innovative dishes illustrating the emerging influence of Asia on modern Japanese cuisine. A revolving selection of appetizer, dinner, sushi specials guarantee a new experience with each visit to the restaurant outlets continue reading
Good For
Kids-Friendly
Opening Hours
Today
11:30 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Group Gathering
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
http://www.sushitei.com
Review (27)
Level4 2014-07-04
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Each Sushi Tei restaurant bears the classy, elegant and modish look. Sushi Tei - Paragon Shopping Centre While waiting for food to be served, I drank the hot green tea (what I always order in Japanese Restaurant).I tried the Chawanmushi and eat when I finished my Una Tama Don due to large portion of rice. Egg was smooth and soft, better taste when you add sweet soyu sauce and togarashi spice recipe.I recommend all the food lovers to try the soft shell crab because it's yummy! Kindly note that you have to eat this upon serving, otherwise it might be a little soggy.After settling the payment at counter and love the place, I'll definitely can plan my lunch time at Sushi Tei on Paragon Mall during my next visit. continue reading
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Level3 2014-01-24
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Visited sushi tei at paragon on a weekday afternoon for late lunch and we were surprised on how non-crowded it is!Upon getting to our seats, we flipped through the menu quickly to decide what to have. My friend settled for curry pork chop rice which serves with carrot and potato as well, while I settled on pan fried salmon cha-soba with additional order of tempura calamari! The tempura calamari tasted so much better than other tempura in sushi tei and the portion is huge! But I feel the pan fried salmon is a little too oily for my liking but I love it how they actually decorated it with ebiko (:Will pay a visit again for adequate portion and affordable price! continue reading
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Level4 2014-01-17
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Apart from offering wide-ranged of exciting Japanese delights, Sushi Tei also featured seasonal promotions to attract their patrons. Nice ambiance with wooden décor, we took our relaxed dinner here. Delivered fresh and high-quality of food, the price ranged reasonably.Decent soup with little tangy, noodle was chewy in texture. Well-marinated pork and light seaweed were given in appropriate quantity, thinly sliced in pieces.Totally guilt-free meal, the whole bowl was absolute healthy.Snack was ordered to fulfill our craving towards sushi, simple but luxury. I ate them with dipping of teriyaki sauce, freshness was highlighted immediately. Overall, it was a worthwhile experience in Sushi Tei, I don’t mind to come again. continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-27
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When I placed an order for Salmon Sashimi at Sushi Tei, I always request for the Harasu or the Salmon Belly because of the oilier texture.The ten pieces of uniformly cut Salmon Belly as always very fresh and yummy. The superbly fresh Salmon Sashimi (S$16++) comes in thick, generous slices with an amazingly silky smooth texture that melts in my mouth. The thinly shredded white radish goes very well and refreshed the overall taste.From the Wagyu Promotion menu, I selected a plate of Kagoshima Wagyu Beef Sushi served with ponzu sauce. There are two pieces of broad raw strips of beef which are flavorful and tender. The tender texture of the marbled meat has an impact on diners with a flavour that is memorable. Priced: S$6.50++Spider Salad Roll Specially created by their 112 Katong branch. The main ingredients being soft shell crab with lettuce roll topped with tobiko (flying fish roe). The Vietnamese spring roll wrap was too soft due to over soaking of the sheet. I was disappointed with this dish because the soft shell crab was not crispy. The overall roll was very soft due to the dampness of the vegetables and the softness of the wrapped sheet combination. The pieces of cut salad roll just collapsed before I could even put them in my mouth.Priced: S$14++Being my birthday month, I was given a 20 percent discount for the overall bill. continue reading
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Level3 2013-10-26
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I first ate at Sushi Tei a few years back, and I've been coming back ever since. Serving a wide variety of Japanese cuisine, Sushi Tei serves quality Japanese dishes that delights the palette and gets you salivating for more! Me and my friend had our lunch at the outlet at Paragon, Orchard and it wasn't too crowded at that point in time. We took counter seats as we weren't sure of what we wanted to eat, so we sat at the counter in case we had a craving for sushi. We ordered a Chirashi Don and a plate of Curry Rice with Chicken. The chirashi Don had a nice presentation to it and it was served with various slices of sashimi. The sashimi were all very fresh with the slightest whiff of a fishy smell and just very yummy! The curry rice was decent with a taste that wasn't too spicy or too bland - Mixed well with vegetables, chicken and potatoes, the curry rice was an appetizing dish to enjoy. We didn't get any sushi in the end as we were pretty much satisfied with what we had already ordered, which is another testament to how good Sushi Tei's food is! continue reading
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