3, Jalan SS15/5A Subang Jaya
Subang Jaya 47500

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11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

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Touted as one of SS15’s oldest Japanese restaurants, Kin Ryu Tei has been around for over 20 years. Get a seat at the bar to watch the chef expertly prepare sushi and sashimi orders. There are shareable plates of classic uramaki rolls and Chinese-influenced chuka ryori dishes, but the reasonably priced lunch sets are the true draw. The Gyoza Ramen Set (RM22) comes with a bowl of shoyu ramen and delicate gyoza, while the Tempura Sashimi Set (RM38) includes batter-fried vegetables and prawn, served with sashimi. Each set comes with chawanmushi, salad and fruit of the day.
Avg Price: RM30


In an area that teems with Japanese restaurants, this one maintains its open doors for over 20 years possibly because of its affordable set lunches - a favourite of the lunch crowd. Reasonably priced at RM20-RM35, the set menus come with Chawanmushi, Salad and Fruit of the day. I had the Gyoza and Ramen Set (RM22). Both equally filling for a simple Japanese fix. Tip: Go for hot meals, skip the cold cuts.

When in need of prosperity, go touch a Golden Dragon. While Golden Dragons might be a myth, perhaps you can try your luck at Kin Ryu Tei. With the kanji words for "Gold", "Dragon" and "Pavillion" respectively, Kin Ryu Tei is one of the fancier looking restaurants but doesn't seem to garner much attention with famous competition such as Rakuzen and Jyu Raku and many other Japanese restaurants in the same row. Interior deco is fancy and gives you the feeling of an expenaive restaurant and they have sea urchin! Lighting is as yellow as the scales of the golden dragon and food pricing is pretty standard to deal with competition.

Salmon nigiri sushi was going for RM 4 per piece and was served with freshly grated wasabi. The salmon tasted fresh, no signs of it frozen as tho it accompanied Captain America in the 1000 yr old freezer.

We also ordered a place of Spicy Spider Roll which was soft shell crab with ikura, some spicy mayo thingy sauce drizzled on top and freshly grated wasabi by the side. It's salty tho. So salty that I'm quite sure while they wanted it to be "ocean salty fresh" this wasn't what they were going for.