Sushi Tei (VivoCity) | Burpple - 158 Reviews - Harbourfront, Singapore

Sushi Tei (VivoCity)

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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.

1 HarbourFront Walk
#02-152 VivoCity
Singapore 098585

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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

Japanese fried rice is always a yes for me and the Miyazaki Beef Fried Rice caught my attention in their latest seasonal menu. Fluffy Japanese rice was stir fried with small chunks of wagyu beef, eggs, garlic and spring onions. This looked like such a modest dish but the taste was exceptionally satisfying. It was well-flavoured and the beef pieces were tender and fatty that added to the overall beefy, smokey flavour of the dish.

Suo comprises 5 kinds of sashimi β€” hotate, salmon, hamachi, akagai and amaebi, all of which you get 3 thick slices each. the staff allowed us to swap the maguro to hamachi! sashimi was fresh as expected but we particularly enjoyed the scallops and yellowtail. loved how the prawns came with the head intact for extra umami πŸ˜€

This was a healthy dish with assorted vegetables and egg with mushroom rice. I really enjoyed the mushrooms rice - the rice was fragrant and each grain was smooth and silky.

The sweetness of the dragonfruit enhanced the flavour of the Japanese rice. The bouncy texture of the rice made the meal a multi-dimensional experience which I thoroughly enjoyed. It’s a seasonal item but I hope it lasts for a long time.

KagoSan Vegetable Roll ($9.80) Known as Bacon-Wrapped Enoki & Vegetable Roll. It's unique roll for including vegetable (sliced carrot & pepper) but seldom saw the vegetable include the bacon-wrapped roll. It's taste quite weird for me probably used to eat without vegetable.

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Dai Dai Roll ($13.50) filled Kani Fumi (Snow crabfish), mayonnaise, lettuce and mango inside the roll. It's made sweet and sour taste aftertaste. Garnish with mayonnaise, vinegar, tobiko (fish roe).

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