This place has a strong social media presence and after all the raving, I finally get to taste the bowl of goodness. The barachirashi is definitely worth the price of $17.90 with so many pieces of freshness.
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Bought omakase set for dinner. The food was not bad, maybe above the standard of a usual family japanese restaurant... but for the money spent, not worth it. Sashimi i have tasted fresher in restaurants that sell it cheaper...
Service is not bad, but don't expect to be served like a king during the busy weekends.
clearly overhyped and not worth the money.
2 seatings and 8.30pm seating had to wait until 9pm to be sitted.
$80 for their dinner is totally not worth the price with except of their sashimi and sushi combo on spoon. not worth the wait or price and wont be back for their set dinner
With all the hype surrounding Teppei, I decided to wait for it to die down a little before finally paying it a visit.
I made two visits to the place recently.
On my first visit, I tried the Barachirashi Set ($14.95). Loads of tuna, salmon and some swordfish sashimi on rice. However, I felt that it had too much soya sauce in the mix and I felt that it killed the natural flavours of the fish.
On my second visit, I went for the prawn tempura set. The prawns were nice and had a sweet finish, but I felt that the frying was a little haphazard with the batter unevenly spread.
I can understand why this place is popular with its price point, but unfortunately even though it is cheap it is not a place I would recommend to my friends.
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