Sushi Tei @ Tropicana City Mall

    Sushi Tei is one of those Japanese restaurants that offers good quality Japanese food that is light on the wallet. When we were still staying around the PJ/Damansara area, we always make it a point to drop by Sushi Tei for a light lunch/simple dinner after we are done with our groceries shopping at Carrefour, Tropicana City Mall.

    So we were absolutely delighted when Sushi Tei invited us over in conjunction with their new menu launch (ends 31st March 2011).

    new menu items are marked with asterisk ‘*’ sign.
    Edamame (RM 4.80). We love edamame – steamed with a bit of salt, it is a great snack loaded with tons of health benefit.
    Wakame Salad (RM 11.80). This light, refreshing salad possesses just the right amount of crunchy seaweed, greens and tangy sauce.
    Kani Avocado Salad (RM 14.80). In my little humble opinion, I would say that this salad has it all. Sweet succulent kani (crab sticks), creamy avocado, briny tobiko and fresh, crisp greens.
    Sashimi Moriawase (Hamachi, Salmon, Tai) – thick cut, fresh but not to the extend of literally melt in your mouth; considering the price that they are charging.
    *Deep Fried Shirauo (whitebait fish). Deep fried to perfection, these little fishes were really addictive! I snacked on fried little fish like french fries!
    Tempura Moriawase (RM 13.80). Probably my least favourite of the night; I found the batter a little too greasy for my liking.
    Takoyaki Balls (RM 8.30). Filled with a generous amount of ingredients, the takoyaki balls were nothing out of the ball but they tasted pretty decent.
    Assorted Sushis
    *Crunchy Tuna Roll (RM 18.00). The creamy texture of the tuna combined with light mayonnaise, and its tart flavor combined with seaweed, nicely contrast with the crisp batter.
    Kani to Salmon & Avocado Maki, serve with yogurt sauce.
    Dynamic Roll
    *Volcano Maki (RM 7.80). The maki in melted cheese roll topped with seaweed and tobiko tasted really good. The myriad of texture and the taste was an eruption of flavor!
    Teriyaki Salmon. This is such a crowd pleaser; the teriyaki marinade gave the salmon a wonderful kick of flavor. Our only gripe was that the fish was slightly charred.
    Teppanyaki Chicken (RM 16.80). The juicy, boneless chicken cubes weretoo mild for my taste bud.
    Meat Gyoza (RM 9.80). The gyozas were well executed – crisp on the outside, hot and juicy on the inside.
    Yuzu Ice Cream (RM 7.00)
    Goma Ice Cream (RM 7.00)
    Shio Ice Cream (RM 8.00)
    Chocolate Wafer (RM 7.50)
    Pino (original, RM 8.00)

    We ended our meal with some ice creams and sweet pastries. My favourite has to be the Shio ice cream (salt flavored ice cream). The ice cream combines the classic sweet, creamy ice cream with a little zing of saltiness for a pleasing combination of flavors. You got to try it to fully appreciate the great flavor!
    Judging from the crowd that they draw each night, many share the same opinion that Sushi Tei is extremely popular with its consistent quality and affordable pricing. It is definitely a place worth revisiting again, and again.

    Sushi Tei
    Lot G-16, Ground Floor
    Tropicana City Mall
    3, Jalan SS20/27
    47400 Petaling Jaya
    GPS: 3.130757,101.626421
    Tel:03-7728 4299


    • eiling says:

      Happy CNY to you. Haven’t been to sushi tei but the food does look good!

    • carol says:

      Seems like this franchise is better than midvalley…

      I had an unpleasant and dissatisfied experience at there.

      For example, I ordered takoyaki (common sense is they will make a fresh takoyaki from the kitchen).
      However, they served the takoyaki from the converyer belt (which takoyaki was so cold).
      Their chawanmushi also served cold (not warm as other japanese restaurant).

    • ribon says:

      wow glad you enjoyed ur meal there because i had a Pretty BAD experience dining at sushi tei @ pavilion. Had their soft shell crab roll and it was cold and soggy. The oyako-don has a funny taste to it! They charge similar prices as sushi zanmai but the quality is way below than zanmai’s. The food looked good on the menu though..kinda disappointed because i have read alot of positive reviews from other blogs..

    • Baby Sumo says:

      I love fried whitebait! Do they serve it with a mayo dip here?

    • Meng says:

      You should try their Seafood TenTen Ramen. It’s one of the best Ramen in town and it’s unique . It’s a mixture of seafood (Scallop , Prawn etc ) with ramen filled with Minced Meat and flavorful soup . I have ordered this Ramen everytime I dine there and will never miss it.

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