Could somebody please explain to me the appeal of Tei Tei Robata Bar? Each time I have tried it, I have left unimpressed. Yet people continue to rave about it. The owner's other location Teppo on Greenville is better, but still, Tei Tei must come in as one of the bottom places for sushi. It's just a trendy Henderson Ave "hang out." D Magazine restarantuer of the year or not!
Some of the best sushi I've had recently was at Fusion on Lemmon. Almost any place is better. Pirhana in Arlington, Kampai in Addision, Nagoya in South Arl, and even those trendy Dallas places like Steel and Reikyu (sp). Has anyone actually been to Tei Tei and can they suggest what I should be having? The rice looks amlost opaque and undercooked.
The Single Gourmet is confused.