Saturday, 14 August 2010

Sushi Tei

We decided to try out Sushi Tei the other day. It’s usually crowded with long queues waiting so we were curious, wondering what’s so special about Sushi Tei. For a quiet Monday, it was surprisingly crowded minus the long queues. Majority of the staffs were foreigners but they are efficient amidst the bustling, crowded restaurant.

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Hubby ordered Chicken Katsu Don… recommended by the waitress. True to the waitress’ word, it was delicious!

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My yummylicious Salmon with Salmon Roe Ikura Don. Tantalizing and tasty, both salmon and roe were fresh!

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So many delicious sushi’s on the Kaiten Belt. We tried a few and it’s good.

Overall, we were attended to promptly, our cups were always filled with hot green tea and our orders arrived timely. Unlike other restaurants, Sushi Tei has many varieties of good quality food and their service was excellent. It costs slightly more but totally worth spending as we enjoyed our dinner fully :-)

Our bill came up to RM44 including 2 cups of green tea and 3 plates of sushi’s plus 10% service charge.

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Location: Lot G-16, Ground Floor, Tropicana City Mall

I’m surprised… they do have branches all over the world namely Singapore, Bangkok, Shanghai, Sydney and Indonesia which explains the quality check ^.^

www.sushitei.com

8 thumbs up out of 10

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