Sushi Tei (Raffles City)

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Since our humble beginnings in 1994 with our very first restaurant in Holland Village, Sushi Tei has grown over the past 23 years as a renowned Japanese restaurant chain with more than 69 outlets in 7 countries including Singapore, Australia, Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia & Vietnam. Our thoughtfully curated menu showcases the classics that the expansive Japanese cuisine has to offer, marrying the intricacies of Sashimi & Sushi to the theatrical flair of Yakimono & Nabemono. We pride ourselves on using only the freshest quality ingredients to deliver bold and exciting versions of classic dishes with an innate intuition of local tastes; with more than 370 dishes featured in our menu, there will definitely be something for everyone.

252 North Bridge Road
#03-13/14 Raffles City Shopping Centre
Singapore 179103

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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Part of the seasonal menu, this maki was priced at a premium - $24++/ roll. This was my favourite of the night! Pork slices wrapped nicely over rolled maki with unagi and Japanese cucumber stuffed within, then drizzled with nacho sauce, tempura crumbs, roe and bonito flakes! Each bite was a savoury burst of flavours.

You get to decide on the doneness - medium/ medium well/ medium rare. The husband decided on medium rare and this was served as such! Tender, juicy steak nicely sliced and marinated with teriyaki-like sauce (but not teriyaki) that was sweet and umami. The husband enjoyed the fried garlic chips served on the side as well - he thinks it complements the dish overall! I can’t comment (not a fan of garlic)

Baby oct gunkan sushi - up to mark with well-marinated baby octties that were tender, non-chewy and fresh seaweed! Don’t we all hate it when you can’t chew apart ‘old’ sushi seaweed?! At $4.80++, this set of baby octopus gunkan isn’t the cheapest around but I’d say there’s certain truth in ‘paying for the quality you get.’

A comfort to a rainy evening! We decided on this as it was one of the less-common options that we’ve came across. Served with diced tender chicken bits, egg, Japanese fish cake and spring onion. This was served with a prawn tempura, which the thoughtful husband has requested for it to be served on a separate plate so it wouldn’t turn soggy.

Crab meat, Avocado, Omelette, Aburi Salmon

The classic must-get for any maki. This was good as expected, with quality fresh produce that comes together in a delectable roll!

4⭐ Craves for Japanese food so here we are at Sushi Tei. We ordered the lobster salad roll since there's 1 for 1 UOB promotion on weekday. There's 50% discount for new grand menu with minimum spending of $80 and we chose the pork cheek. As usual, WB had nabemomo at Sushi Tei and he had beef sukiyaki, this is one of the reason why he will eat Japanese food with me. Ordered the remaining usual food we normally ate at Sushi Tei and it didn't disappoint.
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