Overall, we enjoyed our meal here at Bumbu Bali, as we managed to satiate our craving for Balinese food. This space is definitely worth checking out if you’re looking for a nice and comfortable spot for dinner in Puchong.
For snacks, we shared the fried chicken strips (RM17), served with garlic pepper sauce. This was mostly chicken skin but oh-so-addictive. The sauce was strong and garlicky.
I do not know much about Balinese food and so, all I will say is that the food here is good. I went online, was curious to see the restaurant reviews as well as how well rated it was and yea, the reviews and ratings speaks for itself. Food was goooood, delicious. The dish came with Rice + Spiced Squids + Grilled Fish + Grilled Prawns + a Satay Lilit ( chicken or beef) + Chicken Rendang + Sambal (sambal Matah and sambal Terasi) + Anchovies Crackers + Salad. It was worth every penny, that is all I have to say. Did I mention how satisfied I was – very.
Buranchi chazuke (RM 18) seems to be upgraded with more ingredients, and tastes better than before. Omu & friends (RM 23) is a nice and hearty breakfast set. Tried honey coffee (RM 10) for the first..
Sunny side sandwich for RM 9 is good value for money. The big breakfast combo does offer many variety for those who want to try a bit of everything.
Trying a more premium breakfast and pork bun, still nice and satisfying.
I guess it is the best Yong Tau Fu in Puchong.
Yong tau fu is often associated with Ampang, but here at Puchong you can find a freshly made to order version that’s pretty awesome too. Love the panmee styl...
This place is pretty famous and parking could be a problem, this we like to visit on weekday lunch to avoid the crowd.
This is a nice and satisfying dim sum meal in Klang Valley. I can't pin point what particular dishes are better, since all of them are served pretty fast. The quality is there. There is always a..
Foo Hing Dim Sum restaurant is one of the recommendation to hunt for dim sum by my friend and one of the best and most famous dim sum place in this part of Puchong town.
The most popular dim sum in Puchong. As a local, I seldom come as the place is too crowded.
The service is fast despite the crowd. Really love the signature Ice Lime Tea, good the refreshing kick. My favourite food here would be Steamed Rice Roll + Fried Spring Roll (like Chee Cheong Fun..
The resto has undergone some renovation since our last visit; the dining area is much more spacious now and they’ve even made a couple of raised wooden ‘gazebos’ indoors. The corner for imported Vietnamese snacks and sundry (noodles, sauces, paste, etc.) has also been upgraded. The open outdoor seating is now covered, which provides some shade from the heat in the daytime.
Another dish I recommend trying is the lemongrass chicken with fried rice. Lemongrass is a popular herb used in many Vietnamese dishes, and the flavour permeates throughout the tender, juicy whole fried chicken thigh.
Lunch set available around RM 15 with free ice lemon tea, or add on RM 7 to upgrade to Cappuccino. The food is actually of decent quality, with wife thinks it should have more sauce (too dry). I..
Unagi with Rice and Japanese curry with chicken karaage (above).The portion was very generous, with three huge chunks of fried chicken, rice wrapped in a perfectly fluffy omelette, flooded with a savoury curry sauce. Tastewise, it was pretty good although I felt that it could have benefited from extra seasoning (curry was quite bland). The chicken was excellent, and despite the large size it was juicy and thoroughly cooked, with crisp skin.
One of the decent cafe in Puchong.
Curry Mee Pok is think and spicy, pretty good. There is a new Briyani Rendang Chicken, pretty good too.
Ipoh Hor Fun okay, but the prawn no taste.
All in all, we had a good experience at Oriental Kopi – but I wouldn’t call it something worth queueing up for, or something you could have often. Granted, you do get to dine in air conditioned comfort, but prices are steep for what is essentially ordinary kopitiam fare. Expect to pay around RM15 for most of the mains. The beverages are also twice the price of a kopitiam (our iced coffee cost around RM7.50).
Though the dimsum here cannot be compared with the ones at Golden Sun, but it is still acceptable. The xiaolongbao however, was a bit too dry. Still prefer the ones @ Din Tai Fung.. hahaha... Overall it was a great breakfast. Thanks for the breakfast, KHS...
Chicken is not as good as it should be. Curry pork is still nice. Vege is okay. Service is fast.
Restoran Kong Sai [ Chicken Rice Bandar Puteri Puchong ] Delicious Chinese cuisine. Chicken is good and stir fry vegetable is good.Reasonable price. Good for...
I would also recommend the stuffed tofu (minimum order five pieces), which consist of minced meat and vegetables stuffed into beancurd and served in a soup. The tofu balls are sizable and the meat is seasoned just right, with a delicate bite to it.
This cafe has become very crowded on weekends after lunch as well, with a waiting time of 30 minutes. We order our usual: ice ball coffee and signature souffle pancake. Wife complaint the coffee is..
Best soufflé in Puchong. On weekend, avoid peak hours between 8 to 11pm.
The souffle and coffee ball doesn't disappoint.
One of my favorite Wantan Mee (Charsiew Wanton RM 9) place is Puchong for probably more than 10 years, maybe I have gotten used to the taste and texture. Service is quick, and it is not as crowded..
I guess it is still good, or maybe I have gotten used to the taste.
Service is a bit slow as the shop is only 75% occupied. Taste wise it feels like deteriorate slightly, like from good to normal.
If you are in Puchong looking for something unique to try, I would recommend Restoran Kari Kepala Ikan Tiga. They are the creator of this steamed fish dish called Specialty Steamed Seafood King that’s also topped with sea prawns, clams and squid. The taste is very similar to ‘Siong Tong Lala’ as they use the same fish bone soup base. In fact, you can think of it as ‘Siong Tong Lala’ added with fish and squid.
Curry fish head is one of the two signature dishes in this shop served under a burner and its taste was awesome, the curry flavour is strong and creamy. I love it.
Shredded Chicken Hor Fun here is pretty good, my wife loves them. HK chee cheong fun is also not bad, but the soy sauce is slightly salty. The pork bun is just average, the meat too thin and the bun..
Love the Chinese ramen shop, pay RM 1 extra for the pork ribs.
Chicken rice is okay, but the rice is too thick. The Indian claypot mutton rice has good amount of mutton, but too heavy on the curry powder and the rice too wet.
It is still well known for its Paper wrapped chicken and other hakka dishes. The Yong Tao Foo does not seem as tasty before.
这一次因为想尝试更多不一样的菜色，所以没有点酿料。但是尝试了之后的感觉是 - 除了招牌纸包鸡之外，其他的菜色似乎都不合格呢～
The service & food delivery was fast (maybe still early & not much customers yet?). The food was average, The mushrooms were soft but a bit bland, the chicken had very strong basil smell. I think Taiwanese three-cup chicken also use a lot of basil. I don't like basil so 三杯鸡 is really not my cup of tea. As for the clam soup, the clams were so small compared to Lala Chong's clams. Lala Chong's clams is their specialty though.
The bowl looked fiery red when it came to the table; there were soft slices of tofu swimming within, and the soup’s colour contrasted nicely with the enoki mushrooms and spring onion garnish on top. The soup was the bomb. Some places cut corners and add more kimchi paste, which means you get watery, ‘flavoured’ soup — but with this, I could really taste the texture of fibrous, blended vegetables, and there was a good amount of kimchi within as well. It was thick and sour, perfect for whetting the appetite, and the slight viscosity meant that the soup clung to each strand of ramyeon for maximum flavour. Did I also mention that the pork slices were super tender and had a great ratio of lean and fat?
I just want to mention real quick that this is one of the few restaurants that has one of the best customer service I have ever experienced. This is really rare in Malaysians restaurants I must say. The owner is insanely friendly and all smiles attending to every table's request, looking around at every table every few minutes or so to see if everything is all good. You can see the leadership influence in his staff as they do the same as well. Kudos to the team!! So, let's get to it!
Summary A place that is affordable for everyone. A place for someone who loves Malay cuisine and spicy food.
Sekali fikir-fikir kita singgah ke Warung Cikgu Bukit Puchong. Kiranya dulu kalau ke Bukit Puchong singgah Restoran Tuan Paridah sahaja. Tapi lauk dia cepat sangat habis. Jadi Warung Cikgu lebih mudah kerana lauknya hanya ayam goreng bersama sambal dan kuah sahaja, nasi mmanggey kata orang....
Selamat mencuba ! Gerenti tak rugi. Sure puas hati !
Cheesy Baked Rice With Mushrooms. My only gripe with this is the lack of meat. They do provide you with quite a lot of veggie and cheese to make up for it. Certainly a notch above Kim Gary's cheese baked rice.
Today's dinner choice was "江南海鲜面 Cantonese Seafood Noodle" which comes with clam, steamed fish and squids and lots of vegetables, nice but not fantastic!
The restaurant offers both vegetarian as well as meat/fish option in their menu, generally a little bit healthier option than the normal "Dai Chao".
Nice cake and pie, and good coffee.
The Mee Jawa set lunch is decent. Coffee and cake is always good.
The restaurant serves all-day breakfast, western cuisines, variety of cakes as well as local delights such as Laksa.
Japanese Curry Rice with Pork Katsu (RM 22) taste good, but the meat is a bit hard. l love the Croquette (RM 10), soft, crunchy and tasty. 蒲种美味可乐饼【六记】 我喜欢这里的可乐饼(RM 10)，又软又脆，味道美味。 日式咖喱猪排饭（RM..
My favourite western restaurant in Puchong.
Thai Pesto Pasta and Salmon with Hollandaise Sauce is good. Truffle fries so so.