Sushi Tei

Sushi Tei

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Ratings:
78%   (41 votes)
32 / 41

The HungryGoWhere team is here to help you. Listed below are this eatery's available take-away and delivery options.

Delivery:
Sushi Tei is offering delivery via the following options:
https://deliveroo.com.sg/menu/singapore/city-hall/sushi-tei-raffles-city

Take-away:
Sushi Tei has no take-away options.

Sushi Tei offers some of the best Japanese cuisine in Singapore, serving a tantalising collection of dishes that are suitable for casual dining and group gatherings. The menu features a variety of specialty roll, Japanese wagyu and pork from Kagoshima, sashimi, sushi, salad, temaki, and many more.Located at Raffles City Shopping Centre along North Bridge Road, Sushi Tei provides a warm and inviting ambience that brings guests in a truly authentic Japanese culinary experience.Sushi Tei aims to provide satisfying dishes at good quality and value, using only fresh and top grade ingredients to bring out the right balance of flavours.MUST TRIES: Items to look forward to include Kagoshima Wagyu Jumbo Hamburger Steak, Sashimi Salad, Sanshoku Hana Salmon, Spicy Aburi Maguro & Salmon Roll, Edamame, and a lot more.

Hours:

Daily: 11:30 - 22:00

Address:
252 North Bridge Road, #03-13/14 Raffles City Shopping Centre

Cuisine:
Asian, Japanese



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