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Sunday, September 22, 2013

Another Japanese Cuisines Dining Choice | Sushi Tei

Midvalley Shopping Mall; Kuala Lumpur is like a Japanese cuisines heaven as having Sushi Zanmai, Sushi King, Hokkaido Ichiba, Sushi Tei, Ichiriki Japanese Restaurant and so forth.Sushi Zanmai used to be Joel and my main choice to dine in apart from Chilis when we hang out at One Utama. So,we opted to dine at Sushi Tei at The Gardens; Mid Valley for today's outing. The word " Sushi" was just like music to my ears as I had been craved for sushi for so long period!

Once seated, I had been picked one of the choices of sushi on the revolving belt while he ordered foods from menu. A big container of pickled ginger was seen on the side of the table.

Softshell crab sushi which had me licking my lips in anticipation! Haha.. I just love crispy stuffs.
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I couldn't recall the name of this plate of sushi, but I could say that it is delicious, delectable and mouthwatering,

Assorted sushi and we definitely did not forget to order salmon sushi. 
Too bad that Chuka Idako- baby octopus wasn't ordered.
Saba Shio which costs about RM13.80.
Grilled mackerel with salt and it is rich with Omega 3.
I came to know that not only sushi on conveyor belts shall be choose when dined at sushi restaurant through Joel.The outer layer of skin fish griller mackerel was found crispy and coated with teriyaki sauce (I thought is was sweet sauce at first).

Grilled Shishamo which was the favorite meal of Joel.
 Ika Geso Tataki (grilled squids) which we found it succulent and yummy!

Overall, we had a very delectable meals at Sushi Tei. Sushi Tei deserves an accolade in which they have a wide range of decent Japanese cuisines with affordable prices and good quality of foods. Furthermore, I personally think that it has more selections appealing to the delight of aficionados of Japanese cuisine at other sushi restaurants by browsing through other bloggers' posts. Price -wise still okay but I dislike much that the green tea is charged although refillable.