Tenji Japanese Buffet, Mont Kiara Solaris, KL

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Sunday 11 January 2009 11:08 am
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14/01/2009: Just up, Tenji promotion is extended until 15th February 2009

What is the latest hype in food-blogger-sphere? Tenji Buffet in Mont Kiara, opened since December 2008(less than a month ago). Everybody is hyping about it. RM29.90 for 1 hour, RM39.90 for 2 hours or RM49.90 for whole buffet session (only applies for lunch buffet, till January 15, 2009 )
Driving towards Mont Kiara Solaris
They are quite lots of restaurants here.
driving towards Tenji
Here is Tenji, second floor, just above Cold Storage supermarket
a cool restaurant.
Tenji on the left, and there is a Dessert’s bar here too (on the right of this photo)
looking out from Tenji
Crowd, even though it is dinner session, no promotion on dinner, it is RM88++
haagen daaz on the far left
grilled food: shishamo etc
soba noodle etc
slicing abalone
seasoned octopus
sashimi: the cuttlefish on the forefront is really nice, they are also scallop sashimi.
condiments for sushi: red ginger, soya, wasabi
salad with salmon sashimi
food for order, just place metal clip on your choice of food, and they will send it to your table, each table are entitle to about 2 metal clips, the metal clips can be re-used. (like Jogoya)
tepanyaki section: you can have beef sirloin, boneless chicken thigh, mussel etc (requires metal clippping)
tempura area
lobster salad(so so only as i like fresh unadultered lobster dipped into melted butter, this one has mayo etc in it)
chinese-style dishes: clams, stir fry scallop etc
dim sum
chinese herbal soup: really nice
fruit section
nice coconut, i had lotsa this.
chocolate foundain, didn’t try this.
western dishes: crab melt(taste too rich with cream and cheese), grilled lamb etc
salad and mushroom soup
cutting up whole lamb
sashimi, first time having this, not bad
chef shucking oyster on the spot, very fresh, but oyster is not my thing, too slimy and fishy
food also available on patio area: lamb, roast chicken etc
taiwanese flower infused tea: not my thing either, individual teapot available on bottom shelves for your perusal.
ready made tea, take your pick
i tried rose, urgh, not my liking
ice dispenser and pop-corn dispenser, like the popcorn, has caramel taste
espresso machine
juices: don’t bother, suspect it is cordial
cake and tarts
haagen daaz(from left): raspberry(nice), cookie and cream(nice!), coffee, tiramisu(not bad), berry, green tea and lemon sorbet(sour)
cod fish with mushroom ragout: ok, as it is not hot enough (requires metal clip)
sashimi *heart*
sad looking prawn tempura
heavenly steam cod
sweet cute coconut
fresh steamed red fish
black pepper crusted tuna sashimi
tiramisu, no trace of alcohol in it, so so
chocolate balls, sweet nothing
nice fried yam
asparagus: some part a bit bitter and stringy
how the metal clip system works
children pricing:
90cm and below: FOC
90cm – 110cm: RM20++
110cm – 130cm: half price
130cm and above: full price
fully booked for promotion period
overall i find their food is above average for japanese buffet(better than Shogun for sure), customer service excelent 😉
Tenji Japanese Buffet
(under Palm Crest Restaurant Sdn Bhd)
Lot L-01-01, SohoKL,
Solaris Mont Kiara,
No 2, Jalan Solaris,
50480 Kuala Lumpur.
Telephone: 1700-80-1818
Email: info at tenji dot com dot my
Lunch: 11:30am – 4:00pm RM77++
Dinner: 5:30pm – 9:30pm RM88++
Supper: 10:00pm – 2:30am RM88++
Weekend & Public Holiday:-
Lunch: 11:00am – 4:00pm RM77++
Dinner: 5:30pm – 9:30pm RM88++
Supper: 10:00pm – 2:30am RM88++
Price: 10% service charge + 5% government tax
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Precious Pea (photos are in lotsa forwarder email of Tenji)
Pillow Talk with Bangsar bAbE
sugar spice and all things nice
Motormouth from Ipoh
mimi’s dining room
Parking rate for Solaris
Monday – Friday(till 6pm): RM1 for 1st 3 hours
Saturday(till 2pm)                RM1 for subsequent hour
Monday – Friday(after 6pm): flat rate RM1
Saturday(after 2pm): flat rate RM1
Sunday/Public Holiday: flat rate RM1


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