Ushering CNY at Sushi Tei

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Chinese New Year is here for less than a month.
To usher the year of Snake in 2013, Lou Sang is a must do-together-activity with the friends and family! Fancy going on for a Japanese Yee Sang? Do make your visits to Sushi Tei! Starting from January 10, Sushi Tei offers the Premium Yee Sang for all to feast together!

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Premium Yee Sang (Rm 68.80) that feeds 8 to 10 pax.
Each portion is served with fresh thick cuts of salmon sashimis, prawns.

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Tossed them up and wish each other during the tossing session; that’s how it should be. Love the special dressing that is not overly sweet, sweet and sourish that is great as appetizer.
Smaller size and takeaway are available too.

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Chuka Fukahire (Rm 8)
Thick shark fins with chili padi!!! A fusion dish that definitely suits Malaysians’ tastebuds.

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Lobster salad roll (Rm 14.80)
Crab stick & lobster salad sushi roll

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Ika Geso tataki (Rm 15.80)
Half broiled squid. Pretty interesting; with half cooked half raw texture.

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Golden soft shell crab (Rm 14.80)
Deep fried soft shell crab with special salted egg sauce. Ah ha, here comes the Japanese version of salted egg crabs! Quite a lovely one!

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Gindara Mentaiyaki (Rm 26.80)
Grilled cod fish with cod roe & mayonnaise.

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Sanma kabayaki (Rm 16.80)
Grilled pike mackerel

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Amaebi karaage (Rm 14.80)
Deep fried sweet shrimp. Quite similar to the tempura prawns, but the differences is…it is marinated in a mix of soy sauce, garlic and maybe ginger, lightly coated with seasoned potato starch mix and deep fried into golden brown.

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Sashimi Platter
thick fresh cuts of salmon, toro, ebi, butter fish and prawns. I love everything here!

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Tan tan don (Rm 12.80)
Sichuan style spicy don with onsen tamago
The fusion of Sichuan and Japanese rice dish. Yes, the onsen tamago gave a smooth stir to the rice; but the Sichuan sauce didn’t go great with it as I thought. Not kicking enough, to me.

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Choi kara fried rice (Rm 21.80)
Spicy fried rice with crab meat

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Ika sugatayaki shio (Rm 19.80)
Grilled squid with salt. Yummmmmmmy…

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Hokkaido Corn cream Croquette (Rm 8.80)
This is something you must order if you are dining in sushi tei, I would name it, the hidden treasure. The bread-crumbed croquette is deep fried into golden brown, hidden in it is the runny creamy corn fillings!

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Duck aburi carpaccio (Rm 19.80)
Japanese style smoked duck carpacci.

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Nama Chocolate & Nama Matcha (Rm 12.80)
A perfect sweet ending !

All items above are also available at other outlets:
Tropicana City Mall, Mid Valley Megamall, Setia City Mall and SetiaWalk Puchong

Many thanks to Sushi Tei for a wonderful dinner. Happy CNY in advance! 

Sushi Tei
Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
Lot 1.18.01, Level 1
Pavilion Kuala Lumpur,
168 Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Tele: +603 2141 4640

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