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Telephone
03-2282 7635
Good For
Private Party
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Other Info
Accepts reservations
Alcohol served
Restaurant Website
http://www.sushitei.com
Signature Dishes
Salmon Mentaiyaki Soft Shell Crab Maki Tan Tan Ramen
Review (23)
Level2 2015-10-23
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If there is one meal I can eat daily unapologetically, it would be sushi. Although it is carbs mainly, this is something I will happily eat without caring about anything related to that at all. Since I was feeling like eating Japanese while I was at the Garden's, the first place that I thought of was Sushi Tei as it's fast becoming my number 1 favourite place to go-to for sushi.Plus the line there is not as bad and the staff are always very attentive. Furthermore no waitress or waiter ever looked displeased to be working there which puts me as a diner in a pleasant mood. So I looked forward to ordering and eating once I sit down and offered a menu.My very first order is always going to be Ebikko. Particularly two orders of this all for myself which I can finish with ease. And Sushi Tei is never stingy with the toppings, plus I can tell that this is made to order by how crisp the seaweed is wrapped around the soft rice. This to me is an absolute plus point for this restaurant unlike some that usually picks up the same order off the conveyor belt even though I ordered it from the kitchen. California Maki is also a favourite of mine. I like the filling as it has crab stick, avocado, tamago, cucumber and perhaps a radish. All of it wrapped tightly in a roll that is smothered in ebikko. So all of my favourite thing in one roll and I ate all six pieces myself. Another favourite of mine is the Salmon Mentai. This is really quite indulgent because the mayo and mentaiko sauce on top of the sashimi is really amazing, especially when it's just lightly torched. Putting this in your mouth with a touch of wasabi and soya sauce gives you a burst of flavour. The salmon is always fresh tasting and the rice is nice without being too hard or cold. Perfect bite! Soft Shell Crab Temaki is also another must order of mine. The crab was nice and crispy, fresh out of the fryer with how hot it was. Although I was already pretty full already after eating all the other sushi that I ordered, being greedy, I still finished this easily as it wasn't soggy tasting or anything like that.It's clear that Sushi Tei is a pretty good place to go to for your sushi fix without breaking too much of your budget. Their food is fresh and tastes amazing, plus the service is also better than a whole lot of other places.  continue reading
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Level4 2014-12-11
253 views
Well, this is the outlet in The Gardens Mid ValleySushi Tei originated from Singapore since 1994 with outlets spanning in all over Asia, till today, they've 12 outlets in Singapore and 13 outlets across Indonesia. In Klang Valley, they have 3 shops which is in Mid Valley, Tropicana City Mall as well as Pavillion....Sushi Tei is no ordinaire Japanese dining restaurant, which they believe in providing an ethereal with an alluring ambience more than a dining experience just for the customers by setting it apart from the norm. From what I've seen, Sushi Tei is suitable for family, friends, couples and also casual dining.As with many Japanese restaurants, Sushi Tei also provides for seasonal themed menus apart from the staple favourites and signatures that they are known for. The seasonal offerings coincide with Japan’s seasons of change and the ingredients that comes with it, Salmon harvesting season, Autumn’s special the coldest season, Aburi Spring season special, etc.With their cozy interior design which is quite comfortable to enjoy your good meal as me and my friends were chatting quite long after the meal as it sn’t feel like we need to be hurry===>Their menu is not much different from Sushi Zanmai but of course they do have a few signature rolls here.....Fried Garlic Rice RM10.80Ebi Tempura RM15.80Salmon Sashimi - RM10.80<=============I'm a fan of salmon and for surely would not miss this,I am looking forward to try what is the difference.Ika Sugatayaki Three outlets in Klang Valley now, and still going strong. I foresee the race to come down to Sushi Tei vs Sushi Zanmai soon enough,this chain of sushi outlets deserve an accolade in the sense that they originated from Singapore, and have branches even in China, Indonesia and Australia. International flavours no less, and Sushi Tei strives to attain the prized notch above the rest of the competition.Lot G-16, Ground Floor,Tropicana City Mall,3, Jalan SS20/27,47400 Petaling Jaya.Tel: 03 7728 4299GPS Coordinates : 3.130551,101.627735View Larger MapLot 1.18.01, Level 1,Pavilion Kuala Lumpur,168, Jalan Bukit Bintang,55100 Kuala Lumpur.Tel: 03 2141 4640GPS Coordinates : 3.143941,101.70707View Larger MapLot LG-210, Lower Ground Floor,The Gardens Mall,Mid Valley City,Lingkaran Syed Putra,59200 Kuala Lumpur.Tel: 03 2282 7635GPS Coordinates : 3.118761,101.677689View Larger Maphttp://eddyrushfatboy.blogspot.com/2012/12/sushi-tei-gardens-mid-valley.html continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-27
12 views
這一個sushi set還挺特別的,他是一碗飯裡有各式各樣的壽司。對我來說,他的感覺看起來不夠大方。味道還好吧了,不過食材是還蠻新鮮的,價格也不便宜。我比較喜歡另一家點的壽司。 continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-13
14 views
The toughest question of the day- what to have as dinner?Sum more its around 9pm sumthg.After a few minutes walk, spotted Sushi Tei that still open and seats are available.No choice and decided to give it a try. A standard japanese restaurant design, and they do have the Japanese Kaiten1st time try was always like having an adventures...A standard katsu-don able to satisfy me.The chicken was not too oily yet crispy and the egg on top of it did match well...yum yum~Added on with...Dai Dai Roll (its a bit expensive but worth to give a try on it)Fresh Salmon on top of wraping rice with mango inside and some greenish sauce (mixtures of wasabi and soy sauce) SWEET~~~Every ingredients did well to satisfy my stomach. continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-13
31 views
when going to gardens or midvalley for japanese food cuisine, usually i just think of sushi zanmai as this place the sushi is fresh and cheaper. but need such a long queue during weekends. so walking along lg floor, the nearest and less crowded place i find is sushi tei. so just try out their sushi and looks ok too for me as i prefer to order the soba or udon soup to try on. seaweed with the tofu inside and big portion of the soba noodle. not bad.the soup is not salty just nice and ordered some side dishes, such as potatoes and also the karagee.the sushi and sashimi is fresh and tasty. Moreover, the price is also reasonable for the quality of the good. Overall, this restaurant is worth the visit for great Japanese food.service is quite ok too here so will come back for more. continue reading
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