Yeah I am in Seri Kembangan already! And today was my first day at my new company. It didn’t go as well as I expected and the worst is, so many websites are blocked! They include all the web mails, some blogs and even image hosting sites! So, although I can access my blog, I couldn’t access my images :( Anyway I went to Bumbu Bali in Bandar Puteri Puchong for lunch the day after I drove down from Penang. I have been yearning to return to this fantastic fusion concept restaurant ever since I left 2 years ago. I already knew Bumbu Bali’s awesomeness waaay before people started blogging about it!
Nasi Campur Bumbu Bali is a definitely must try. Look at the photo, do I need to say more?
This kick ass dish consists of white rice, chicken (or beef) rendang, squid, two big slices of fried fish, two huge fresh prawns, a lemongrass satay, sauteed kangkung, crackers, fruits and their very own sambal. The photos are available in bigger resolutions for your drooling pleasure so please click on them to view on my Flickr.
It’s pleasant to know that even after so long, the food’s quality remained top notch as ever. Most of the food prices remained the same too, except for a few which increased by a ringgit or so. The most special one in this Nasi Campur would be the lemongrass satay. Minced meat is wrapped around a stalk of lemongrass then barbecued like satay. You can taste the lemongrass’ fragrance in the meat, which is absolutely wonderful.
The only drawback of this dish is the expensive price @ RM31, it is certainly not something to have everyday, unless you’re super rich lol. But trust me it’s well worth it. And because of its huge serving size it is enough for two. Just order an extra bowl of white rice and share it.
Siap Megoreng means Fried Chicken in Balinese language. It is simpler compared to nasi campur but still delicious. Yellow rice served with half a fried chicken, sauteed kangkung and cracker. The best part is of course none other than the fried chicken skin, where all the spices are concentrated at.
Siap Megoreng is slightly cheaper @ RM21. Actually, for this price I’d recommend trying out the Western food instead, Bumbu Bali have an extensive menu for that.
If you haven’t heard or tasted barley lime before, you must try it! It is the nicest lime drink ever, especially in a hot day. Barley lime is also the favorite house drink in Bumbu Bali, which is RM4.50 a cup.
And a few snapshots of the restaurant. The atmosphere is relaxing and with the Balinese music being played, it almost feels like having a vacation in Bali.
18 & 18-1, Jln Persiaran Puteri 1,
Bandar Puteri, 47100 Puchong.
Tel: 03-8061 8699
Highly recommended restaurant in Puchong. Feel free to read other blogger’s reviews for other foods available. By the way, I think my photos are the nicest, haha!