Sushi Tei has been a staple in the Sydney sushi scene since the 1980’s, so it’s safe to say that a trip to this sushi train restaurant is basically a no-brainer. The house specialties are impressive, like the hotate miso yayo roll of seared scallops on a savoury parcel of fresh avo and rice with a burst of special miso mayonnaise, and the salmon wafu carpaccio, which involves delicate slices of raw salmon finished with pops of ginger and chilli.
Tempura lovers listen in. Sushi Tei are also serving crispy tempura goodness and the tempura moriawase (assorted tempura plate) is #tempuragoals (totally a thing and you know it). Slurp, munch and sip your way through noodle soups, and fresher-than-fresh sashimi, or order the wagyu sirloin steak for something meater. If you really want to kick it up a notch, then the Yakitori grilled chicken, marinated a in sticky-sweet teriyaki sauce is a must.
Their set menus will cure all foodie FOMO, but this place is also the perfect spot to head when you can’t face another sad desk lunch.