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Tokyo Kitchen @ OneCity, USJ Subang Jaya
19 May

Tokyo Kitchen @ OneCity, USJ Subang Jaya

Tokyo Kitchen

D-GF-06, Skypark One City
Jalan USJ 25/1, 47650 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Tel : 603-5115 0056
FB : Tokyo Kitchen

Business Hours :
Mon – Sun

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Tokyo Group was established in the year 2010. Since then their business had achieved tremendous growth, pioneering a new era of Japanese inspired business in Malaysia.

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Tokyo Kitchen is one of the Tokyo Group’s brands, a Japanese fusion restaurant that offers authentic Japanese meals and a wide selection of scrumptious creative sushi at very affordable price. With friendly and cosy environment, Tokyo Kitchen manages to quickly gained the popularity and become a favourite amongst the locals.

Introduced a fresh and exciting Japanese fusion concept to Malaysians, Tokyo Kitchen’s Master Chef Meng has more than 10 years of culinary experience. He sees thing from a creative perception, transforming every possible food into a form of art.


Tokyo Kitchen Wintermelon Soda (RM8.80)
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Quench your thirst by having a refreshing sip of this uniquely nice Wintermelon Soda, one of Tokyo Kitchen’s signatures under the fruity soda series.


Hot Mix Fruit Tea (RM5.80)
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Feeling exhausted and sleepy? This cup of mix fruit tea should be able to sooth your tiredness soul with its sweet sour flavor and the nice aroma that wafts through the air.


Tairyo Sashimi (RM73.80)
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I like sashimi, freshly served in thick cut, what else you could ask for more?


Salmon Cheese Roll (RM24.80)
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One of the recommended maki rolls here at Tokyo Kitchen, the soft-melt-in-mouth Salmon Cheese Roll, with lightly baked salmon cheese as the outer layer and rolled with the crabstick, omelette, and cucumber inside. Sushi chef placed the shrimp roe, little bit of spring onion and mayonnaise beautifully on top as garnishing.


Tokyo Kitchen Special Roll (RM24.80)
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Sticking to what it does best but with a little creative twist, sushi chef at Tokyo Kitchen topped this fried Tiger Prawn cucumber roll with grilled unagi, mango in slice, peanut sauce, and shrimp roe for garnishing. Flavorsome with all the tastes mixed well.


Dinosaur Sushi (RM29.30)
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Probably the biggest sushi in town, Tokyo Kitchen’s Dinosaur Sushi can easily feed the appetite of 6 persons. Perfect for sharing, we asked for the assistance to help us cut it into smaller portion, cos it was so huge we just simply did not know how to begin with!


Long Salmon Sushi (RM6.30 per piece)
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Always feel that you don’t have enough of salmon on your sushi? Try this, the Tokyo Kitchen’s Long Salmon Sushi, wrap it yourself and the thick roll should be enough to satisfy your salmon’s craving!


Smoked Salmon Cheese Rice Set (RM28.80)
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Available from 12 p.m. until 9:30 p.m., Tokyo Kitchen offers varieties of set selections that come with green salad, chawanmushi, miso soup, Agedashi tofu, and rice. Topped with generous amount of cheese sauce on top the salmon fillet, chef then lightly torched it to make it more fragrant and flavorsome.


Chocolate Lava Cake (RM9.80)
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A simple dessert to treat myself for an easy indulgence moment, the moist chocolate lava cake that paired with macha green tea ice cream and crispy corn flakes at sides. Like how the earthy taste from green tea ice cream balanced up the chocolaty sweetness of lava cake, lovely!


Green Tea Tofu Cake (RM8.80)
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I was impressed by the texture and flavor of this cake, as I didn’t think of tofu at all until I was being told. With a layer of crumbly biscuit as base, the cake was served together with crispy cornflakes at side to create the depth of different textures when you indulge a spoonful of everything at one bite. Interesting nice!


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