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Published on October 4th, 2010 | by email2me

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Sushi Tei Now Open At Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

Sushi Tei www.sushitei.com celebrated the launch of its third restaurant in Malaysia at Pavilion KL today. This restaurant is the latest addition to the chain’s growing popularity across Asia Pacific countries; with 32 restaurants spread across Singapore, Bali, Bandung, Jakarta, Medan, Surabaya, Shanghai and Sydney.

The Boss of Sushi Tei Cameron Cheah and Audrey Teh

Cameron Cheah, one of the local partners of Sushi Tei decided to introduce this restaurant chain to Malaysia last year, because he often noticed long lines waiting to enter a Japanese restaurant in a neighboring country. One day, curious to have a taste of what the fuss was all about, he jumped right in and joined the queue! As soon as he tasted the quality of its sushi, sashimi and cooked items – this young entrepreneur knew that he just had to share Sushi Tei with all Malaysians.

“Public response to Sushi Tei has been fantastic! At Sushi Tei, we pride ourselves in serving up a good deal of sushi. We have many repeat customers who are pleasantly surprised at the high quality we serve, all at an affordable price-point,”  said Cameron Cheah.

“Our regular customers have become our best food ambassadors! They keep coming back for more, bringing along their family and friends. We opened at Tropicana City Mall last year and at The Gardens, just a month ago. Here we are in September, at Pavilion KL” said Cheah.

“What immediately strikes you about Sushi Tei is the unique twist that it adds, to bring to life ordinary Japanese cuisine. We marry the intricacies of sashimi and the theatrical flair of teppanyaki, with an innate intuition of local tastes to forge an inimitable identity of our own,” said Audrey Teh, a partner of Sushi Tei.

Soft Shell Crab With Fish Floss Sushi

Hotate-Misomayo

Dai Dai Roll

Sushi Tei is where culinary skills and incisive expertise come together, to inspire and enhance the experience of true Japanese dining. Sushi Tei constantly challenges its chefs to create innovative dishes for its menu. Their culinary creativity flourishes within the kitchen, as they explore and expirement on how to bring out the emerging influence of Asia in modern Japanese cuisine. This enables Sushi Tei to constantly add to its assortment of scrumptious and creatively designed Japanese gastronomy, delighting aficionados of Japanese cuisine.

This Japanese Kaiten (conveyor belt) chain is proud of its signature open-kitchen concept. Diners have the prerogative to relish mouth-watering savories, while observing the culinary skills of the restaurants’ chefs. The layout of the restaurant, presents options for a great family dining experience or a discreet corner for a serious business meeting. Each Sushi Tei restaurant bears the classy, elegant and modish look punctuated subtly with different themes and concepts unique to each locale.

“Our attention to detail, in providing the best dining experience to our customers does not stop here. We constantly strive to stay ahead, consistently making every effort to improve a customer’s Sushi Tei dining experience. We know that customers will return, if they have a fulfilling and satisfying experience at Sushi Tei,” said Cameron.

Sushi Tei has opened three restaurants in Malaysia within the last  18 months and look forward to expanding the chain nationwide, next year. Come and experience a good deal of sushi at Sushi Tei!

Sushi Tei Restaurant
Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
Lot No. : 1.18.01, Level 1


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6 Responses to Sushi Tei Now Open At Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

  1. mimid3vils says:

    Quite some times didn’t have Japanese food, I miss my sushi & unagi!

  2. Jess says:

    i was supposed to go too!!! But couldnt make it in the end dearie! Haihyaa. if not can rekindle with u guys again after so long 🙂 miss all of u! xoxo

  3. ck lam says:

    Very convenient indeed! Now we can enjoy Sushi Tei in three places…

  4. laykhing says:

    Hi…Chef Yang, Congratulation open at Pavilion KualaLumpur. …Unagi hate

  5. wria says:

    I’m looking forward to try this Dai Dai Roll next month during my visit.. love salmon & unagi. I’ve try the Rainbow in Singapore, also the Jumbo Dragon Roll in Jakarta.

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