Sushi Tei @ Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

After the 1st round of heavy shopping, we have to rest our tired feet and have our tummies filled in order to continue with the 2nd round! The kids wanted Japanese and since we have not tried this new chain, we decided to give it a shot.

Ocha @ RM 2.00/cup ~ Refillable and well, ocha is ocha, nothing to comment!

Unagi (Nigiri Sushi) @ RM 4.20 ~ Eel is desertly dry! The dryest I’ve ever tasted! A 2/10!

Soft Shell Crab Maki (Makimono) @ RM 6.80 ~ Wifey’s favourite! The deep fries crab is crispy. Good! An 8/10! 

“Kami” means paper and “Nabe” means pot and this paper pot is made using extremely dense texture of washi which is highly durable against heat and water. It will never get burnt as long as there’s liquid in it. 

                   I went for the spicy soup instead of the other option which is Miso. Not “that” spicy for me but good enough to make me sweat! I totally enjoyed slurping through a good pot of spicy boiling soup! A 9/10!

As seen, this set of Kaminabe came with sliced bean curd, carrots, needle mushrooms, leeks, vermicelli and lettuce. Imagine having all this ingredients boiling in your soup. Has to be good and it truly was! 

A plate of thinly sliced striploin beef came with the set. I finished them in less than 5 mins! Wish they serve more!

Beef Kaminabe (Nabemono) @ RM 18.80 ~ Seriously affordable!! I once had a seafood version at Zenri and it cost me almost triple the price!! Tasty and value for money! A 9/10!

Salmon & Katsuo (Shipjack Tuna) Sashimi @ 23.60 ~ The Katsuo is fabulous! Sweet and fresh! Definitely a 10/10! 

Yakiniku Don (Donmono) @ RM 17.80 ~ Pan fried beef served with rice. E’s choice but we thought they should have been more generous with the beef with the price tag! It consisted of more onions than anything else! Pics above showed what’s left after removing the onions! An 8/10 for taste but only a 1/10 for value!

Niku Udon (Noodles) @ RM 17.80 ~ T would go for this whenever she visits  a Japanese restaurant. Sliced beef is tender and the soup base is tasty. An 8/10 for taste and only  2/10 for value!

See thru kitchen where all the fried stuffs are being prepared. Where are the gloves, people?? You are being watched!

Open sushi bar just like most of the Japanese restaurants in town.

Totaled at 102.30 inclusive of 10% service charges. It’s affordable for a Japanese meal. Well, we’ve tried it and honestly, we still prefer Sushi Zanmai. Sayonara!

  • Sushi Tei
  • Lot. 1.18.01, Level 1
  • Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
  • 168, Jalan Bukit Bintang
  • 55100 Kuala Lumpur.
  • Tel – 603-2141 4640
  • Business Hours – 1000-2200 (daily)
  • Website – www.sushitei.com
  • GPS Coordinates – Not necessary if you can find Pavilion KL!
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