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dined on Wed, 11 Jul 2018

Good food. Friendly staff.

dined on Sat, 30 Jun 2018

Great place for a relaxed catch up lunch with family or friends.

dined on Sun, 24 Jun 2018

Great food and service so a must for Japanese food lovers

dined on Fri, 22 Jun 2018

Service is good. Food is average. The restaurant is not run by Japanese and chefs are not Japanese either. So if you are looking for some real Japanese taste, I would not suggest this one.

dined on Thu, 24 May 2018

Good sushi, value for money and I always going there for more especially when there is an offer! One of my fav sushi places.

dined on Mon, 21 May 2018

Went for the lunch menu $12 for teriyaki chicken plate (normally $27) with rice, miso soup, takoyaki ball, tamagoyaki omlette, edamame beans, and fruit. Good value

dined on Fri, 18 May 2018

The sushi was one of the best my friends and I have had! Would go back.
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About Sushi Tei

Back to Basics If you’re in Sydney’s CBD and looking for a quick bite to eat, this minimalist Japanese restaurant could be your go-to. Featuring a speedy sushi train in the middle of the restaurant, Sushi Tei is often bustling with hungry mid-week lunchtime crowds who need to dash in and out. Located under the ANZ bank on Elizabeth Street, this popular eatery lures the CBD goers in with their well priced and extensive menu (there are 162 dishes to choose from in total). If you don’t have to eat and run, make sure sit down to try the gyoza, these plump little dumplings are lightly pan fried and are a real Japanese joy. Although they’re not reinventing the Japanese wheel, Sushi Tei do the basics brilliantly, and that’s all you need for a midweek meal. Best dish: gyoza

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