Influences from all corners of the globe make up Balinese comestibles. Curries, cucumber, eggplant, Indian mustard and cow peas came from India; the Chinese brought the wok and stir-frying, Chinese mustard, and vegetables such as brassica and Chinese cabbage; from Arabia came kebabs and mouthwatering goat stews, while the Europeans introduced avocados, peanuts, pineapples, guavas, papayas, tomatoes, squashes, pumpkins, cocoa, soybean and cauliflower.

Travelling to Bali just for a meal isn’t something everyone can afford but fortunately for us, restaurant owner Eddy Tan has brought a taste of Bali closer to home. Bumbubali Restaurant, double-storey shoplot in Bandar Puteri Puchong, has the most serene Balinese ambience with soothing traditional Balinese music and sounds from Bamboo windchimes to add to the feel. Most of the furnitures and the rest of the items in the outlet were brought in from Bali. such as contemporary paintings, artistic wood panels. Balinese figurines and sandstone carvings are displayed to add to the ethnic touch.


Restaurant settings aside, it’s the uniqueness of the dishes that attracts. Dishes such as Siap Mepanggang, which comprised two pieces of barbecued Balinese chicken served with sautéed kangkung (water spinach), repemyeh (crackers made from anchovies), Sambal Matah and Sambal Belacan. This dish was served with Nasi Kuning (yellow rice), a traditional Balinese rice steamed with coconut milk and turmeric. There’s also Nasi Campur which has Nasi Uduk, a Balinese-styled Nasi Lemak steamed with sweet potato served with Chicken Rendang, barbecued squid, dory, prawns, sauteed kangkung and a sprinkling of fried shallots.

Besides the Balinese cuisine, the Western and Malaysian selections are interesting too, starting with Beef and Lamb Combo. Although the dish was pretty standard fare, what made it interesting was the lemony flavour because the meats were marinated in lemongrass before they were grilled. And if you have never tasted what jackfruit tasted like in a drink then this would be the best place to discover the Nangka Shake was fresh jackfruit blended with vanilla ice cream and palm sugar. Lastly, don’t forget to complete your meal with the Hot Fudge Brownie made of hot chocolate fudge served with vanilla ice cream topped with fresh mint leaves which leaves an unforgettable experience.


Contact Details
BUMBUBALI Restaurant
18 & 18-1 Jalan Persiaran Puteri 1
Bandar Puteri, Puchong, Selangor
Tel: 03-8061 8699 Fax : 03-80626698


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Operation Details

Average Price : RM 21 – 40
Business Hrs: Daily, 11am-midnight
Accepted Cards: : Master Card . Visa Card . American Express . Diners Card

Miscellaneous Details

Halal : Yes
Dining Method : Dine-In . Takeaway
Food/Cuisine : Authentic Balinese . Malaysian . Western.
Ambience/Features : Cosy . Family . Air Conditioned . Alcohol . Kid-friendly . Special Functions .
Reservations : Accepted

  1. ?GLADYS??? Said,

    I have just been there before. I love the food there! ^^
    I love your food photography! Your photos are so nice~

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  2. morison dony Said,

    This is really a valuable post. Thank you! 😀 and.. keep up the good work. Look forward to reading more from you

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