11.3.13

Sushi Tei, Bedok Point

CC and I had attended a client meeting in the far east, so we made a pitstop after the meeting for an early lunch. He lives in the east so he recommended Bedok Point, a new-ish, small-ish shopping mall next to Bedok MRT station filled with eateries. With air-conditioning. With the weather getting hotter as we roll out of the monsoon season, air-conditioning has become a pre-requisite for dining out.

One thing about Bedok Point though, parking's awful. There's only 1 basement for parking, so it gets real jammed up real fast during peak hours. If you're thinking of dining there, go during the off-peak dining time, or park at the multi-storey carparks at the HDB estates nearby.

We were both looking to get something healthy so we opted for Sushi Tei. Affordably good mid-range Japanese food that's definitely maximum bang-for-your-buck.

The Wakame Salad ($7), crisp lettuce interspersed with purple cabbage and carrot strips, was topped with a mess of seaweed tendrils. The bright green seaweed lent a subtly sweet flavour, seasoned with sesame seeds and a piquant wafu dressing. I've always thought wakame was like a healthy version of Twizzlers, fun and chewy.


The Nameko Misoshiru ($6), robust miso soup grounded in earthy juicy mushroomy goodness, was really nice. Simple, homely and wholesome. A plus point was that Sushi Tei was really generous with their mushrooms. Every spoonful yielded this many mushrooms!


The Salmon Shio ($10), grilled salmon that was less than swimmingly fresh, simply seasoned with salt was a smidge salty. At least it helped (somewhat) cover up the day-old fish.


Because a plate of greens wasn't enough fibre, we also ordered the Yasai Itame ($6), pan-fried mixed vegetables with garlic and soy. This was lightly fried so the vegetables were still crunchy.


The Fried Garlic Rice ($8.50) with plenty of chicken chunks, was fragrant and well flavoured.



Sushi Tei
799 New Upper Changi Road
#02-05 Bedok Point
Tel: 6242 3323
Open daily from 11.30am to 10pm
Website: www.sushitei.com

5 comments:

muchadoabouteating said...

Scary!!! Exactly the same 5 dishes I always order in Sushi Tei!!! So satisfying, these stuff :)

Bern said...

hahaa....i can't take all the credit! my boss is the one who loves the wakame salad.

Anonymous said...

Oink

FoodieFC said...

Hi Bern, saw your article on this week's Weekender - Ocean Curry Fish Head!

Bern said...

hahaa so observant! it was an extract of my blog post on the place actually.

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