Ushering CNY at Sushi Tei


Category : Japanese Food, Kuala Lumpur, Pavilion KL


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!



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


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.



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


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


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


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!


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


Sanma kabayaki (Rm 16.80)
Grilled pike mackerel


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.


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


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.


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


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


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!


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



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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Comments (3)

oh.. lovely colors of the yee sang.. ur post is making me salivate girl! I think I haven’t had enough this year!

let’s get into the CNY mood!!! toss toss and lou sang with friends and family!
you are having so much fun over there! still in scotland???

So colourful! I have a little addiction to yee sang. Lucky there’s so much around at the moment.

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