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dined on Sat, 20 Jan 2018

Great quality sushi and japanese food. Really enjoyed our lunch

dined on Wed, 10 Jan 2018

Food is always fresh and delicious. It can get quick noisy though when it is busy. Best to make bookings as it can be very busy at lunch time.

dined on Sat, 6 Jan 2018

Sushi and sashimi was fresh and delicious. Also had the teriyaki steak which was amazing. With the 50% off food special, it was a great value!!

dined on Sat, 6 Jan 2018

Was there with a friend for lunch during the Dimmi Half price deal on January. Have a wide selection of foods available. The experience and ambience is great. Will be going again whenever I have the time.

dined on Fri, 5 Jan 2018

Food and service was great !

dined on Fri, 5 Jan 2018

Popcorn shrimp is where it’s at people!!! Just do it!

dined on Sun, 31 Dec 2017

Friendly service and they were able to cater for special request/order for sushi. Portions are generous but some dishes are pricey.

dined on Fri, 29 Dec 2017

Food was great, very large menu.

dined on Fri, 22 Dec 2017

Their udon noodles have the perfect texture and bite. Inari sushi also tasted great - not too much rice. Restaurant opening hours are great as you can go anytime between lunch and dinner hours
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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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