Kin Shui Tei Japanese Restaurant @ Tropicana Golf & Country Resort

Tropicana. Tropicana.
Friends have been whispering around about their other affluent buddies who lived there for fairly a few years, with huge mansions, and drove Porsche.
Shame on me. That’s all I could thought of.
I didn’t have a clue that the Tropicana Golf & Country Resort was buried with some hidden gems. Kin Shui Tei was one of them.


Members or non-members of the Tropicana Golf Club, Kin Shui Tei serve one of the finest & top quality authentic Japanese cuisine to accomodate patrons’ satisfaction. This place is surrounded by acres of flourishing greenery, bringing out a serene dining experience, enjoying spread of sashimis and other Japanese delicacies in a secluded area of the golf club.

During an occasion of a floggers-get-together event held recently, we were greeted courteously by Lynndy and Debbie, the executives from Dessert’s Bar & Nagomi Shabu-Shabu respectively, and not to forget Mr.Tham, the director of Kin Shui Tei who attended to our need helpfully.
Dessert’s Bar & Nagomi Shabu-Shabu are the sister companies of Kin Shui Tei.
Our review on Dessert’s Bar HERE.
It was a lovely evening dinner with the jubilant attendees: AiWei, KampungboyCitygal, Simon, Swee San, Audrey & Danny.

I love to be greeted by the sense of Japanese stylishness of their welcoming exterior.

Ambiance were great, neat seatings and private rooms as well as tatami seats were also well coordinated with matching deco.


the sushi bar

Feasting on a banquet of Japanese fares on a get-together night was a bomb. Foodwise, Kin Shui Tei did a great job in pleasing everyone: utter freshness, good food presentation & fine quality imported Japanese sashimis.

Of total indulgence:

Edamame – pleasant nibbles

Tofu Salada


Uni Tofu (sea urchin roe and beancurd) – a total rockstar. Clear, tasty broth with silky smooth tofu married with soft and melting sea urchin roe. A necessity.

Onion Salada – sweet raw onion with onsen tamago

Unagi Sashimi set – Perfectly grilled unagi accompanied with sake 鮭(salmon), maguro まぐろ (tuna), Ika いか (Squid) and other sashimis which slipped off my mind ;P


Salmon Salada


Salmon Porridge – a healthy portion of carbohydrate if you wanna go easy on your habitually meaty eats

Chicken Sukiyaki Set


Ten Don – Love the fresh tempura prawns wrapped around with eggs and tangy sauce to go with the rice.


Fried Kaki (fried oyster) – crispy on the outside, soft & fresh oysters which made us screamed Oolala inside

Stone Grilled Tuna


Seafood Teppanyaki set – a definite must order, we all agreed. Yet again, fresh jumping prawns tossed and turned on the teppanyaki grill, coated with the secret recipe sauce containing homemade mayonnaise, it was addictive.

Salmon Steak

Grilled Cod Fish in Pumpkin Sauce – cute presentation with a fine dining know-how.


Goma Ice Cream

After the tummy-filling dinner and chew the fat sessions, we were ushered by Lynndy, Debbie and Mr.Tham for some culinary demonstrations by the experience chefs. The first demonstration was done at the Sushi Bar; Chef Ah Wai showing off his skill of maneuvering the knife and later he made Tai sushi.

Slicing a Japanese Tai (Red Snapper) Fish.

We were treated with the Tai Sushi. Of freshness I couldn’t elaborate.

Next was the Teppanyaki hustle. Fire roaring and Chef Robert doing his thing!

Voila! Teppanyaki Prawn with homemade signature sauce & Tender Juicy Beef.

Demonstrations on VIDEO 🙂

We were later greeted by the cute Mr.Tanabe, who has established a high profile in Japanese culinary arts for numerous years. He was the head chef of Hotel Equatorial in KL (running Kampachi) and Singapore.


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he is such a friendly person

Room for desserts? How could we say no!


Macha Tiramisu (Green Tea Tiramisu) complimentary from Kin Shui Tei. Soft and fluffy
layers of sponge cake soaked in coffee and liqueur with powdered green tea and cream cheese which made me happy. A lil’ bitter caused by the green tea powder but the cream cheese overcome it somehow.

Faces of Joy 🙂


An entitlement of 30% discounts for floggers-get-together-night was another pay-off. We will return for more definitely.


Kin Shui Tei
C/o Tropicana Golf & Country Resort,
Jalan Kelab Tropicana,
47410 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Tel: +603 7804 2079 / +603 7880 4437 (ext 315)
Operating Hours:
Lunch: 12pm – 2.30pm
Dinner: 6.30pm – 10pm

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12 Replies to “Kin Shui Tei Japanese Restaurant @ Tropicana Golf & Country Resort”

  1. nice write up and nice photos under the dim light. i really have no idea how to arrange mine. @@

    it was indeed a great night with the others. hope there will be more upcoming event for us to eat and gather <3

  2. I like all the pictures! Definitely a very nice restaurant with so many delicious food…

  3. *salivates

    looks so good! i miss Jap food – non (maybe not found yet) in this region where I'm staying. 🙁

  4. Such a pleasant dining. Love your photos very much.

  5. thule a.k.a leo says: Reply

    if only the outing was a week later… sigh!! missed the opportunity to see you in person tim…

  6. like the photo of grilled chef with fire..yeng!

  7. ~Christine~Leng says: Reply

    thanks dear. I love Kin Shui Tei. Food was great! and gathering like this, I heart the most. but quite difficult when arranging those photos. So many! lol.

    thanks a lot. This Japanese eatery definitely gave us lots of surprises 🙂

    no Jap cuisine over in NZ? Pretty sure they have.. Which region are u staying at gal? ^^

    Little Inbox~
    thank you very much 🙂

    thule a.k.a leo~
    yea… missed a chance to meet u in person. Pretty sure there'll be more outings and gatherings like this in the future. Looking forward! ^^ 🙂

    haha.. he was like on fire! We could feel the heat! Thanks to this, the beef was cooked to perfection. Yum.. 🙂 U la.. din come join us.. ;P

  8. is the salmon sashimi niceeeeee?

    *goin crazy over salmon sashimi*

  9. ~Christine~Leng says: Reply

    yeap! it was so fresh!! Know you have a thing for salmon sashimi gal! I'm a big fan of fresh salmon too! Dip that fat juicy piece into the wasabi and Jap soy sauce… heaven! 🙂

  10. Can't believe I missed this post lol.

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    Oh ya, forgot to ask, got try their black sesame mochi??? deeeelicious!

  12. wei sheng~its a nice job 4 u~so admire u nia>~<

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