Friday, 31 August 2012

JomBali Cafe @ Tesco Extra, Mutiara Damansara, Petaling Jaya

JomBali Cafe @ Tesco Extra, Mutiara Damansara, Petaling Jaya


Today everyone here are celebrating a special date for Malaysian, is our National Day. As common knowledge, Malaysia is a multiracial country and all Malaysian are celebrating the same festival and join the happening festival together. Today, I want introduce Jombali, A Truly Malaysian Favorites in order to celebrate this happening National Day. From the menu of Jombali, I can see that this cafe is created to suit the Malaysian's taste-bud. All the foods in the menu majority are local delight which range from Malay food, Chinese food, even Indian food and so for Western food. It truly the essence of Malaysian food.



 A modern kopitiam style.
Lychee Bandung Selasih  RM6.90
 A must order beverage at here. It so refreshing and very traditional drinks. 
JomBali Kantonis Fried Sang Mee  RM10.90
A dish that very similar to Chinese Cantonese cooking style - Wok cook and the taste is almost the same with the one can find at Tai Chao. Besides that, they use only fresh ingredients to cook, without much seasoning, the fresh seafood give sufficient saltiness to the noodles.
Bolognese Spaghetti Chicken Meatball  RM14.90
At the early, I see it only a small portion but I'm wrong at last. The portion is enough to fill me up. The sauce is flavorful and the spaghetti are well cooked. Suitable to children too, because the sweet and sour taste, opens up everyone's flavor!

And here, I have to said : Happy National Day to all Malaysian. 


Address : JomBali Cafe @ Tesco Extra, Mutiara Damansara
Lot 18, Ground Floor, Tesco Extra
GPS : N03 09.610'  E101 36.796'

Business Hour : 10am - 10pm

Website : JomBali


Other branch is located at Carefour Subang Jaya, Tesco Puchong, Carrefour Wangsa Maju, Danga City Mall.

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11 comments:

  1. I tried the food from this cafe too. Taste average :)

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    1. @xueren But I found it pretty good d.. maybe that time, I'm too hungry for that.. keke!

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  2. i always makan kat jom bali too! But it's in the Puchong Tesco..;)

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    1. @Eunice I think all branch almost the same!

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  3. No Balinese food at JomBali? O.O

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    1. @choiyen No la.. Just a name! lol

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  4. Seen this place but not checked it out yet...a reminder to myself to step in and check it out though I think I will prefer to check out their Balinese dishes:D

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  5. I'll get Ethan to try da spaghetti. His fav tu!

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    1. @merryn I can predict that he will like it.. So yummy!

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