Sushi Tei Now Has Meatless Japanese Food Such As Omurice, Maki Rolls And More
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Sushi Tei Launches Meatless Japanese Food Such As Omurice, Maki Rolls And More

27th August 2020

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Meatless Mondays may not be the easiest endeavour for fans of Japanese food. However, Sushi Tei has now launched a seasonal meatless menu to give customers a meat-free Japanese food experience. From now until 13 October 2020, they will be offering a range of meatless Japanese dishes, including maki rolls and omurice.

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Maki rolls are a staple Japanese dish for Singaporeans. Sushi Tei now turns them plant-based with their Shokubutsu Ebi Roll ($9.80++), which comes with minced mock meat and prawns. If you prefer an extra dose of fruitiness in your maki roll, consider ordering the Shokubutsu BBQ Ham Roll ($7.80++), made with plant-based ham and finished off with mayonnaise and fresh mango.

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If you’re after some hot food, Sushi Tei also has the Shokubutsu Curry Omurice ($13.80++). Enjoy a warm and comforting plate of omurice, topped with a fluffy omelette. This hearty omurice features plant-based beef, braised in savoury Japanese curry and mushrooms. Do note, however, this is non-vegan-friendly as there are real eggs used in the omelette.

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Sushi Tei’s meatless menu also includes other dishes such as the Shokubutsu Hamburg ($10.80++) which stars a patty made of plant-based meat, served on a rice burger. Those who appreciate lighter bites can also look forward to the konnyaku-based Shokubutsu Fish Nugget ($9.80) which is a high-fibre and low-calorie option.

It is worth noting that Sushi Tei’s meatless menu is not fully plant-based. Apart from the use of egg in their omurice, the soy sauce used in the restaurant is still fish-based. The restaurant also uses the same cooking utensils and oil for both their meatless and regular dishes.

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Feature image adapted from @kausimeyzhsagan and Sushi Tei Singapore.

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