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Bali & Spice Kuala Lumpur

Modern Balinese Restaurant in Subang Jaya

Bali & Spice Kuala Lumpur offers an extensive range of contemporary Balinese cuisine, signature cocktails, coffees and desserts at value-for-money prices. Located in the lower ground floor of Da-Men USJ Mall, this modern Balinese restaurant is also renowned for its friendly service as you would expect from a local establishment.

Fitted with wood-and-steel furnishing, monochromatic portraits, subdued lighting and potted greenery, Bali & Spice Kuala Lumpur is divided into semi al fresco and indoor dining sections. The latter faces its open kitchen and bar areas, where you can see the chefs skilfully preparing your meals before your very eyes.

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Food-wise, there’s a good selection of authentic Balinese dishes, signature rice platters, as well as grilled meat and seafood to choose from. Diners can also find innovative East-meets-West fare such as Balinese aglio olio, served with a choice of grilled chicken, sautéed lamb, or seafood.

Our favourite dish is the Iga Sampi Bakar (RM43), which is charbroiled Balinese-style beef ribs served with seasoned fried potatoes, salad in a glass, and tamarind peanut sauce. Full of flavour, these ribs are well-marinated in spices, coconut and palm sugar for hours before slow-grilled until cooked, resulting in a juicy, fall-off-the-bone tenderness.

Ideal for sharing, the Siap Bumbu (RM33) platter comes with a juicy lemongrass-marinated chicken thigh, turmeric rice, seasoned fried potatoes, bean salads, and crispy anchovy crackers. For extra flavour, this dish is also served with sambal matah (raw lemongrass and shallot relish) and sambal terasi (shrimp paste and chilli) dipping sauces.

Bali & Spice Kuala Lumpur’s unique coffees prove to be a big hit amongst adventurous caffeine addicts – we enjoy the Kelapa (RM15), a tropical blend of espresso and coconut milk topped with toasted coconut. Another must-try is the spicy chocolate (RM12), topped with a sprinkling of chilli flakes, though it can be overwhelming for those with a low tolerance for spice.

Lastly, we conclude our hearty meal with Es Campur (RM15), a tropical sorbet-like dessert combining with sago, banana, honeydew jackfruit, watermelon, and shredded coconut. Thanks to its generous portions, warm service and setting, Bali & Spice Kuala Lumpur is an ideal dining option for both family feasts and casual gatherings.

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Bali & Spice Kuala Lumpur

  • Opening Hours: Daily 11:00 – 24:00
  • Address: LG-17, Da-Men USJ Mall, Subang Jaya
  • Tel: +603 8011 8752
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