Published on January 28th, 2013 | by email2me
Sushi Tei Yee Sang Promotion and Opening At Setia City Walk
Good news to Puchong peoples! Do you know that Setia City Walk has become an upcoming happening location for entertainment and dining. Use to be the crowd were all concentrate at IOI Mall. Now Setia City walk is an uprising happening place. The crowd target here is of mid class executives and family customers. So there are lots of bar and family dining restaurants booming up.
There are 3 restaurants that I would like to share with you all. First is the Sector 7 and now is Sushi Tei and lastly Bondi Junction which coming up in the next post. Sushi Tei being a Mid Range Japanese chain of restaurant fits the criteria here.
The location of Sushi Tei at Setia City walk are kinda awkward. For first timer at Setia Walk will sure cursing upside down on looking for the place. You will need to walk one end to the other end and then only you can see the restaurant offerings. Sushi Tei is at one of the near corners.
The place has an open sushi kitchen with conveyer belt circulating the dishes for you to choose from. Bright ambiance with cozy seating environments are the attractions here.
Each of the sushi were created fresh upon order and those best sellers are prepared in advance to minimize customer waiting time.
Beside the fresh sushi bar, there’s a concealed frying kitchen right in the center to do all the frying. The oily air are concealed in the room to ensure the whole restaurant are well ventilated.
Sushi Tei Premium Yee Sang Set – RM68.80
A premium Yee Sang set design by in house executive chef to usher the CNY. Ingredients is high quality salmons, prawns and tuna tossed with the healthy yee sang condiments which range from cucumbers, turnips, sesame seeds crackers and so on.
Tasty and healthy toss of my first Yee Sang in 2013.
Ikura Chawanmushi, RM12.80
I am a big fan of chawan mushi. Most of the place serves chawan mushi with gingko nuts, mushrooms and crab stick. Here they did it with mushrooms and ikura (Salmon Eggs) where every spoon into your mouth giving you a popping sensation. The ikura burst when you bite on them and added a lil umph to the normal chawan mushi taste.
Sashimi Salad, RM16.80
You had caesars, nicoise and garden salad. But have you tried Sushi Tei’s new Sashimi Salad?
The sashimi salad come with garden greens, squids, salmons and tunas tossed with onions sautee dressing & prilla leaf dressing. A recommended to try starter.
Chuka fukahire – RM6.80
Sharks fin haters ….. don’t start cork your gun and stay cool. This ain’t no sharks fin. It is just a mock of it and taste like it is tossed with vinegar mix. Taste pretty good too. By the price already tells that this not going to be a real thing. I like sharks fin and the real thing doesn’t come cheap.
Salmon enoki roll – RM12.80
The alien look dish is actually grilled salmon wrap with enoki mushrooms. They were dipped with teriyaki sauce before it is rolled.
ika okura – RM5.40
Ladies Finger with starch mix.
Kaisen ramen salad – RM28.80
Salad with ramen topped with crab legs, salmon and ikura salmon roe tossed with house special sauce.
Arima (4 kinds) – RM59.80
A visit to Japanese restaurant won’t be complete if without a platter of Tuna belly, yellow tail, sweet shrimp and raw scallop sashimi.
Succulent prawns and fresh scallops on the sashimi platter a best seller in any Japanese restaurant. A table spoon of freshly prepared wasabe and premium grade light soya sauce with this is heaven for sashimi lovers.
Maguro Lover – RM15.80
If you feel the sashimi can’t fill your belly, maguro lover is your choice. It is a combination with rice or avocado and crab sticks on thousand island dressing.
Ama Ebi karaage – RM12.80
A great snack to go along with beers or sake. It is highly addictive and easily can finish a few plates.
Ika Sugata Shiom, RM15.80
Alongside with the deep fried prawns, the squids were alternative choice for drinking snacks. Be it the body or the head are just taste as good.
ika geso tataki – RM11.80
Yaki Gyoza – RM9.80
Deep fried pregnant fish which you can eat the whole fish completely including its bone.
Golden soft shell crab – RM12.80
Lightly battered and then deep fried Soft shell crab and then topped with melted cheese and ebiko upon served is a hard to resist dish here in Sushi Tei.
Dynamic Roll, RM16.80
Lobster Salad, RM12.80
Hotate wasabi mayo – RM8.80
Gyu Misoyaki – RM15.80
For customer’s who love to hands on preparing their own food, this is a perfect dish to do so. You are given a marinated meat with a bowl of marinating sauce to dip in before placed on the hot plate. You can control how well the beef to cook before eating it.
Soft inside and crispy outside deep fried tofu and then sits on top of tentsuyu broth are another classic favorite choice in any Japanese restaurant.
Unagi Hand Roll
Tan Tan Don – RM11.80
A bowl of steam rice topped with minced meats sauce and serve with a runny egg yolks. Stir and mix them nicely and enjoy. A bowl of katsudon like but taste better in every aspect. A choice for single bowl of goodness that has everything inside.
Choi kara fried rice – RM18.80
Let’s forget about the boring old garlic fried rice. This new spicy fried rice with crab meat taste much punch compared to that and has a lil kick on it since chilli flakes were added.
This is only available at Sushi Tei Setia Walk. This is the respective outlet chef’s specialty that wanna share it with their customers on their personal specialty as a Japanese chef. Every outlets has a special menu which written on a black board and is not in the menu. Just check with the captain or waiter on the respective outlet’s specialty. You might get a surprise out of it. Mine is a good tender beef done teppanyaki style which I like it a lot.
Below is the range of Sushi Tei’s outlet across Malaysia.
Plaza Gurney Penang : Lot 170-02-02,Plaza Gurney,Penang.
Suria Sabah Mall : Lot G-68,Ground Floor ,KK Sabah.