Given the sushi meat to rice ratio was 2:1, I was not satisfied with the presentation nor the quality of the sushi. The nigiri/sushi were breaking down as you dig into them due to the massive weight of the meat on the rice. Suffice to say, the only gratifying thing about the place was their genmaicha and service. I found the place to be overpriced as well. For a 'thick' cut of salmon sashimi, you are paying $2.50, however in Umi Kaiten for example, a 'thin' cut of salmon sashimi would be $1.40. In addition, I feel equally full but more satisfied with the quality of Umi Kaiten's sushi compared to Sushi Tengoku's.
I personally believe that sushi is a 'multi-factorial' food, whereby the rice & seaweed complements the meat. In the case of Sushi Tengoku, it seems like they are trying to make up for the obvious lack of quality with quantity. Suffice to say, I find the sushi gimmicky and I do not believe quantity to be a counter-measure for poor quality. Also, the Tempura Roll has more veges than prawn and the Volcano Maki was bad all round.
The environment is noisy but bearable as one would expect from such an establishment.
Finally, my advice for people wanting to sample this restaurant: Only head there if you are within the vicinity and are in the mood for some mediocre sushi. Otherwise, you're better off some place else.
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