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Sushi Tei on East Coast Service Road – you can’t beat it…

“Where for lunch kids?”, says I…

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“Sushi Tei!”, says they…

It is indeed true – you cannot beat a bit of Sushi Tei. Value wise and quality wise it is just great Japanese food.

So of course off we went – to Big Splash.

What did we eat – holy cow a hell of a lot, but all SO SO good. Very much a recommendation of mine this place, sort of the Japanese version in Din Tai Fung. Family oriented, mid range price and just real good quality food. Lovely. Bit of a queue today, which is always a good sign. A few new items on the menu too, also a good sign.

If you haven’t – well you should!!!

Here you go.

Let's start with the 'dips'. Soy sauce with pickled ginger, and soy sauce with wasabi. Nice indeed!
Let’s start with the ‘dips’. Soy sauce with pickled ginger, and soy sauce with wasabi. Nice indeed!
Clearly Jude likes it here too, he even wants to eat the chopstick packaging. Yummy baby Jude.
Clearly Jude likes it here too, he even wants to eat the chopstick packaging. Yummy baby Jude.
Out comes dish number one - salmon and tuna 'maki'. Small rolls of seaweed covered rice and raw fish. Now who ordered that???
Out comes dish number one – salmon and tuna ‘maki’. Small rolls of seaweed covered rice and raw fish. Now who ordered that???
Could it have been Ollie???
Could it have been Ollie???
Or was it Amy - you decide!!!
Or was it Amy – you decide!!!
Next up comes 3 types of salmon sashimi. Flipping delicious this was with those dips mentioned previously.
Next up comes 3 types of salmon sashimi. Flipping delicious this was with those dips mentioned previously.
New to the menu for us was this one. Wagyu Beef Sashimi. Yep raw beef slices that literally melted like butter in your mouth. Oh yeah baby!!!
New to the menu for us was this one. Wagyu Beef Sashimi. Yep raw beef slices that literally melted like butter in your mouth. Oh yeah baby!!!
Now comes the prawn tempura. Very very nice. So sweet, so light, so crispy and with the radish dip - perfect partners.
Now comes the prawn tempura. Very very nice. So sweet, so light, so crispy and with the radish dip – perfect partners.
Amy's favourite next - the little green pearls of salty beany goodness - edamame
Amy’s favourite next – the little green pearls of salty beany goodness – edamame
My favourite next. Creamed corn croquettes. Come on creamed corn, mashed potato, bread crumbed and deep fried and served with a tangy brown sauce - how can you not dig this one?
My favourite next. Creamed corn croquettes. Come on creamed corn, mashed potato, bread crumbed and deep fried and served with a tangy brown sauce – how can you not dig this one?
Out comes gyoza now - minced pork, spring onion, ginger and soy dip.
Another new one then joins the table. Gyoza, but with a difference – these contain wagyu beef. Miz yours are still the best, don’t worry. But these were pretty good too.
Sushi time now. I love the prawn ones. SO sweet and just lovely with some soy and wasabi. The other one here is some blue fin tuna – also nice, very nice.
Mary took a liking to these noodles with squid in their ink. Looks like she's been sucking on a pen and it leaked. Still she said it was a wonderful choice she made.
Mary took a liking to these noodles with squid in their ink. Looks like she’s been sucking on a pen and it leaked. Still she said it was a wonderful choice she made.
Now to desert item No.1. This was called Yuzu Sherbet and boy was this amazing. Almost fizzing in your mouth. Yuzu is a Japanese fruit a little like a cross between grapefruit and a mandarin, very unique and absolutely delicious.
Now to desert item No.1. This was called Yuzu Sherbet and boy was this amazing. Almost fizzing in your mouth. Yuzu is a Japanese fruit a little like a cross between grapefruit and a mandarin, very unique and absolutely delicious.
My favourite desert next. Matcha Nama Chocolate ice cream. Literally green tea with chocolate - but not chocolate that is sweet. This is bitter and savoury flavours. Boy I love this.
My favourite desert next. Matcha Nama Chocolate ice cream. Literally green tea with chocolate – but not chocolate that is sweet. This is bitter and savoury flavours. Boy I love this.
Final dish of the day was Amy-Boo's. Strawberries, frozen, hollowed and then filled with ice cream. Nicely done! Albeit she preferred the Yuzu - we shared!!!
Final dish of the day was Amy-Boo’s. Strawberries, frozen, hollowed and then filled with ice cream. Nicely done! Albeit she preferred the Yuzu – we shared!!!

Yep we ate a tonne.

But it is tapas sized portions.

It is delicious food, it’s a great place – all at reasonable prices.

Give it a go!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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