I must confess. I’ve been terribly greedy and overate at Sushi Tei.
While waiting for my food to arrive, I took the deep fried salmon skins off the conveyor belt of rotating sushi. The skins were crispy and a little bit fishy in a good way. There was a bit of salmon meat with every skin which made it satisfying. However, the amount was a bit too much for one person.
Nowadays Sushi Tei had a value-for-money lunch set which consisted of a main dish and two sides. I had the negitoro which was minced raw tuna meat on top of sushi rice. Sushi Tei’s version came with a sprinkling of chives and a half-boiled egg. I liked to eat it by adding some soy sauce and wasabi and then mixing everything up into a sticky mess. It did not look good but it tasted pretty good.
For the side, I had a miso soup which was the ordinary type served at these franchises.
I also had a plate of cuttlefish tempura for my second side dish. It was lightly battered and not greasy.
As a result, I was super stuffed when I left the restaurant.
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