Sushi Tei used to be Sakae Sushi, notches higher. "used to be" is key in this situation. Not sure why but I actually chose to head back to Sushi Tei to curb the Japanese food craving.
Conveyor belt sushi still has its novelty...it could be the instant gratification of picking the plates off that keeps these chains around.
Crispy Salmon Skin
Served cold, I had no qualms since these were crispy and thankfully not oily.
Cha soba coloured a shade of green so rich, I would have suspected it was made of macha powder. Ordinary cold noodles meets cold salmon.
Headed for a 10 pc sushi set to quell the hunger pangs. The thing is I completely forgot about the notion that things taste better in small quantities - wrong move with 10 pieces. Struggled to finish this platter that was barely fresh and served warm! Whoever has raw sushi warm? Rice was a tad hard as well.
The only decent one here, served piping hot and crispy on the exterior. Perfect with a mug of beer.
Should have stopped at one but no...dragon roll was ordered way to fast to stop. It used to be so much better, according to the diehard. Unimpressive rice roll. Period.
That visit probably will steer me clear of all future visits...no more overfranchised japanese joints.