Tokyo Kitchen @ Setia Walk Puchong

Tokyo Kitchen serves authentic Japanese cuisine straight from Japan. Food here is cross fusion between traditional Japanese and Malaysian cuisine, you can get the normal Japanese dishes such as sushi, sashimi, udon and etc. plus some other dishes that are distinctly Japanese albeit with a Malaysian twist. For those who don't want to burn a whole in their pocket, best advise to come dine during lunch hours cause they can get a really value for money set lunch here.

Tokyo Kitchen
Block D-05-G Setia Walk,
Persiaran Wawasan,
Pusat Bandar Puchong,
47160 Puchong.
Tel: (603) 5651 0012
Salmon Sashimi Set
Salmon Sashimi
The Salmon Sashimi was finely cut. It tasted so juicy, so fresh and so delicious. It goes well with Japanese rice too.

Tofu and Miso Soup
Apart from Chawanmushi and salad, the Salmon Sashimi Set also comes with Tofu in flavoursome sauce and savoury Miso Soup. It was a complete and fulfilling meal.
Magic Sushi Ball for RM11.80, salmon, red tuna and white tuna sushi ball topped with shrimp roe, unique and appealing presentation. Every single piece has its own distinctive flavour. Delicious!
Tempura Rice and Udon Set
Well, for those who couldn't decide between rice or noodle meal, the Tempura Rice and Udon Set is highly recommended. You can savour in both Tempura Rice which consists of crispy Tempura on a bed of steamed rice, and springy Udon in clear soup accompanied by fish cakes and seaweed. The set also comes with Chawanmushi, salad, Tofu and Miso Soup.
Long Salmon Sushi for RM6.30 per piece, as u can see in the pic above an utterly long thin slice of salmon sashimi is drape on top of a small mouthful of vinegar sushi rice,

Total paid for lunch at Tokyo Kitchen, RM85.05 Thank you for reading our posts. Our team media coverage touches mostly on lifestyle events and focuses on happening scenes in Kuala Lumpur and Kota Kinabalu. Invite us for food reviews, travel and hotel reviews, KL clubbing reviews and product launches. Our other interests include the movies, technology and photography. Subscribe to my facebook page. Contact us via my email at: [email protected] or [email protected]


Unknown said…
Hey Angeline,
OHHHh how I love the food here! I remember my first visit, so lovely place and great service :)

There are tons of good resto and cafes in Setia Walk, See it here---

But Tokyo Kitchen is the BESSST. Everyone should try it!


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