Saturday, 26 February 2011

Sushi Tei @ Suria Sabah

Finally one of the famous Singaporean sushi franchises hit the ground of KK. Having three outlets in KL before, Sushi Tei just opened its door not long ago at Suria Sabah here offering big variety of Japanese style cuisines. The menu book is so thick you won’t miss the sashimi served from freshly imported seafood (maybe catch locally, don’t forget we Sabah do export seafood, dude!) or hot food. 

Fishy and I manage to catch a day’s lunch here during my birthday to sample out our favourite delicacy. 
I set my expectation high for Sushi Tei for a few reasons: First, they are competing among other quick-expanding Singaporean Sushi Empire such as Sakae Sushi, Ichiban Boshi and Ministry of Food, therefore food’s standard must be there to stay top. Second, the quality of food must be equally high compare to their price tag, ideally. Let's see what Sushi Tei can offer a foodiot.
 
The restaurant is located at ground floor, at one end of the Suria Sabah.
 I should snap a photo of the thickness so that you guys can imagine.
 You can skip the wasabi
 Yes, Sushi Tei do have a conveying belt like others lah~
 Blah... Blah... Blah...Where is the food?  :-)
 Something haunted my mind after gone through a few pages of food...
I actually wanted to order this instead of the other one. Sad man...
 Hmm....
Anything with Mentai Mayo sound good to me!
But instead of that, we ordered:
 
Soft Shell Crab Temaki (RM8.00)
A no-no for next order unless they can promise a crispy soft shell crab. 
Salmon Avocado Temaki (RM6.00)
Fishy said this is a perfect combination while I can't stop nodding my head to agree
hoping she will allow me to take another bite (staring like Puss in Boots) 
 Salmon Belly Sushi (RM6.00)
You will not miss anything with this piece of sushi as long as the salmon is fresh.
 Ebi Roll (RM6.00)
Not crunchy as it should be because we took the plate from the conveying belt. 
However the taste was excellent.
 Salmon Mentaiyaki (RM22.80)
Taste good but not something I'm after... 
 Ms. Fishy posing with fish  XD
 Dai Dai Roll (RM15.80)
Thanks to Fishy for making a right choice to order this, it is simply delicious
with the sweet mango cut inside the salmon roll, 
perfected with the slightly wasabi-ed Japanese mayonaise. Thumbs up!
 Yummy!!!
 A closer look
 Ms. Fishy

So, its time to give marks to conclude the foodiot's review.

Foods: 4/5
Drinks: 3/5 
Environment: 5/5
Service: 4/5
Price / Value of Money: 4/5

FOODIOT'S POINT: 80%


Address:
Suria Sabah Shopping Mall
Lot G-68, Ground Floor,
1, Jalan Tun Fuad Stephens
88000 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah

 

Friday, 25 February 2011

Kirameki Cafe (Maid Cafe) @ Star City, KK

I'm not sure how many of you was born in the 80's and 90's (or post-millennium baby? OMG I'm getting old)
but I'm pretty sure some of you likes Manga, <hide>Hentai</hide> and Anime as I do! If you DO belongs to this 'interest group' (I didn't say O-ta-ku), well, this cafe definately good for you XD

Kirameki is the Maid Cafe!!!You will be served as a master by the kawaii waitress who dress in Manga-style maid-uniform, who will greet you in Japanese when step into the cafe. Purely insane feeling for me as I could never imagine the Anime character actually turn real! OMG~ 

"Moe Moe"


"Moe moe Omu Rice" (RM7.50)
Quite impressive with the maid as she draw according to your request.
Beef Stew with Carrot (RM8)


Really enjoy the exciting experience here~ 'syok' lah~


I believe being the first cafe of its kind here hasn't been easy, luckily the Otaku population in KK is quite rich to give support to this kind of businesses. I always see some ocupancies in the cafe whenever I pass by, which definitely a good sign!!!

FOODIOT'S POINT: 90%
Foods: 19/20
Drinks: 15/20
Environment: 18/20
Service: 20/20
Price: 18/20

Address:
Lot 92a & 93, Star City Link Bridge,
88800 Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia.  

Business Hour:
Tues - Fri : 11:00 am - 9:00 pm
Sat - Sun: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm

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