It seems like forever long queue for sushi tei no matter it's weekday or weekend. No reservation is allowed. I like this idea as everyone is treated the same. First come first serve. Expected to queue for about half an hour for the vivo sushi tei during dinner hours. They have finally convert their store into dining place. However, it's still long queue.
Although the food seems more expensive than the sakae or ichiban, the sushi tei food quality is definitely worth it.
I'm a seafood lover, so i recommend their grilled ika. It comes with the lemon, blended ginger and teriyaki sauces. The ika is so "Q" and fresh.
Chawanmusi, grilled ika
Date of Visit: Jul 19, 2010
Spending per head: Approximately $30Other Ratings: