Regardless which outlet of Ole-Ole Bali, the decor is always of a distinct Balinese theme.
Our visit brings us to the quiet outlet that is situated at Solaris Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur.
We started the session with Sop Buntut (RM 17), original Indonesian style oxtail soup with rice cake and vegetables. Lovely dish it was, nice tender meat meets salty soup – what a way to start the meal.
This was then followed by our main course, first up was the Nasi Campur (RM 37) that literally means Mixed Rice. It’s a combination of Balinese grilled lemongrass, prawns, fish, squids, been rendang and sate (read as sah-tay) lilit, served with lawar kacang (bean salad), rempeyek (anchovy crackers), sambel terasi and sambel matah.
And the dish itself was awesome. A combination of meat, vegetable and seafood. It was the most balanced meal of the day, although the grilled fish could’ve been better with improved marination. Overall it was great.
Another main course was the Kambing Bumbu (RM 33), which is stir fried lamb cutlet (with rice) served with Chili and Spices. This is another tasty dish but less balanced compared to the mixed rice. It’s focused on the stir fried lamb cutlet.
For drinks we had fresh Lemongrass with Ginger Tea (RM 9), a warm, salty and savory drink to quench your thirst.
Then we also have the Roseship with Sour Plum (RM 13), served cold – a mixture of sour and sweet. I’ll describe is as Asam Boi drink served with ice and some added sugar.
Lastly for our dessert, we had Grass Jelly with Rambutan (RM 11). This one is sweet all the way. Chopped grass jelly and rambutan served sweet, with ice all over.
For details on their outlet location, menu and operating hours, please visit BaliBistro.com