Thursday, June 23, 2011

Balinese Restaurant in Kuala Lumpur

My Brother-in-Law offered my husband and I to have dinner in Kuala Lumpur last night. We thought it'd be just a casual dinner so we didn't really dress up nor we did bring our camera with us. I was quite surprised to see his car ended parking in front of a Balinese Restaurant called Bumbu Bali Restaurant in Bandar Puteri Puchong, Kuala Lumpur. It's located near my Brother-in-Law's house in Puchong.

I was like, 'Hmm, I didn't know KL has a Balinese Restaurant. Even my hometown only has one modest Balinese restaurant that mostly sells Nasi Campur Bali. I should have known this long time ago'. Anyway, turned out the unusual bountiful dinner on Wednesday night was intended to celebrate my Dad-in-Law and younger Brother-in-Law's coming birthdays.

This restaurant really brings the Balinese ambiance to Malaysia. Balinese paintings and wood carvings were everywhere inside the restaurant. Feels like in Bali, indeed. Food wise, they offer some Balinese cuisines (without pork, I think) and western cuisines. The food price this restaurant charges is considered expensive but I think it's worth the money. Jumbo portion, unique and delightful too. None of us could finish one portion, the food for one portion was just too much in size.

We didn't bring our camera so I had to use my iPhone to snap pictures of the restaurant and the food under the minimum lighting. Not the best photo results I have here but they are better than nothing.

The Bumbu Bali Restaurant at Bandar Puteri Puchong, Kuala Lumpur.

 It says: See Bali. Hear Bali. Smell Bali. Taste Bali. Feel Bali.

Husband, Nasi Campur Bali and I at Bumbu Bali Restaurant. 
*Photo credits by SYH*

The Family Group Photo.

Here are some of the food and drinks that we ordered last night. The drinks were pretty interesting but honestly, I don't think I can have them so often. The taste was just too unique for my palate. I can't recall how much the drinks were.

Lemongrass Mojito: Sour and Minty Flavors.
*Photo credits by SYH*

Entree starts at about RM 15 per portion and main course is at RM 33 and above per set.

My favorite side dish: Calamari.

I was lucky that my husband only ordered an additional steamed rice instead of one whole new set as I really got too much seafood, chicken and vegetables in my Nasi Campur set to finish.

Nasi Campur Bali (Balinese Mixed Rice).
Grilled fish, shrimps, squids, chicken, Balinese Satay, Kang Kong Belacan - you name it!

Calamari, Chicken Wings and Balinese Satay Combo.
*Photo credits by SYH*

Lamb and Chicken Steak Combo.

Grilled Salmon Steak.

Not bad. Bali in Kuala Lumpur. I like the idea.

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