Design used wood as its primary material, with walls and columns panelled in wood. The dining tables used dark wood, while the chairs used a mix of lighter wood and grey, red and brown upholstery. The dining spaces design were partitioned used various Japanese inspired partitions, with screens reminiscent of the shoji screens to wooden fins to printed fabrics that replicate rolls of paper. Japanese style box lanterns were used on the ceiling to add lighting in areas, while yellow and red lanterns were incorporated into the partitions in another.
A white counter with bar chairs provided seating for those who wish to dine alone, while dining tables were provided for larger groups. A curved booth area allowed privacy and the Japanese diner experience to those who wished to use it. The flooring featured a mix of tiles in various white and grey shades to match with the decor. These tiles created the feeling of stepping into a Japanese garden.
Restaurant design created for Sushi Tei intended to be a creative mix of Japanese elements that create a vibrant and interesting space. It was made to allow customers to return time and again and enjoy the feeling of discovering a new part or element of the restaurant. creating a space that not only serves great food but also great experiences.
This is the first authentic Japanese restaurant in Bangladesh. The location of the restaurant is in Gulshan-1, Dhaka , Bangladesh. Customer reviews of the environment and the food is excellent.