Review: Sukiyaki @ Sushi Tei, Setiawalk Puchong

Update: This outlet is permanently closed.

Idk about you but sometimes I like to go out and walk around on my own, watch a film, browse at a bookstore, visit a museum, have a nice meal. Some people think it’s sad, but being an extremely introverted person (funny, seeing as how I’m in communications), me-time is essential for me to recuperate.

So here’s a short post on my solo dinner at Sushi Tei @ Setiawalk Puchong! 

Weather has been cloudy/rainy lately so it was nice to tuck into a hot bowl of sukiyaki, which is meat (usually beef) slowly cooked and simmered in a soy-sauce-based broth along with vegetables such as cabbage and carrots, as well as mushrooms, onions and tofu. Very healthy! It is usually served with a raw egg, which you beat and dip the meat immediately after cooking to give it that silky smooth texture. At the end of the meal I like to add the egg into the broth so it becomes like an eggy soup.

PS: The meat here wasn’t sliced thin enough imo, was tough even though I didn’t overcook it.


A beautiful plate of butterfish. Butterfish is my favourite sashimi and quite underrated, as most people prefer having salmon or tuna. Like its namesake, it has a buttery aftertaste that is creamy and rich.


Still room for dessert ! Ordered an ice cream waffle. Pastry was nicely done, compact on the inside (none of that airy shit), vanilla ice cream was mild but well balanced with the chocolate wafer center.

All in all a satisfying meal and it helped me recuperate after the week’s hectic socialising lol.

Food: 7.5/10

Ambience: 8/10

Service: 8/10

Price: Slightly pricier than regular sushi joints. My meal above came up to around RM60.


I-03-G, Block I, Setiawalk
Persiaran Wawasan
Pusat Bandar Puchong.

Phone: +603 5891 0618

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