Saturday, April 20, 2013

Wasabi Tei at Far East Plaza, Singapore

Sashimi Moriawase

While I wasn't hungry anymore after that meal at Jollibee, I wasn't exactly satisfied either. So when it was suggested that there was a reasonably-priced yet decent quality sushi place at Far East Plaza (14 Scotts Road #05-70, 6238-8216), I was interested. After all, a few slices of raw fish couldn't be that filling, and it was healthy to boot.

It was only when we got there did I realize that I had passed by many years ago but immediately dismissed it due to its name and menu; it just didn't look like it would be any good. So I was impressed when this little counter-only shop served very generous cuts of fish, nearly all of which were decently fatty and tasty aside from that lean tuna. It was a bit cold, but I'd eat there again if I'm nearby.

1 comment:

ceadsearc said...

You should check out The Sushi Bar, also at Far East Plaza - level 3, in a little corner. Great chirashi at affordable prices.

The original chef from Wasabi Tei moved to set up Chikuwa Tei (Mohamad Sultan Road, opposite En dining); and later he moved from Chikuwa Tei to set up Mitsuba at Yurine - located at Central level 3.

Still, if you haven't tried Teppei yet, at Orchid hotel, you're missing out!