Bali Hai is a great semi-formal restaurant that serves a good mix of Chinese, Indonesian, Thai and Japanese food.
I reluctantly ordered the chicken kothe and was not really expecting much, but boy was I surprised! Despite chicken being a fairly dry meat for dimsums unlike pork, the chef did a remarkable job in not just steaming the dimsums to perfection, but also retaining the flavour and the juice.
My husband is a sushi freak and he too was fairly delighted. The hot and sour soup was great and so was the Nonya Lime curry. The Tom Yum however was a lil bit of a dampener and was too "desi" for my liking.
Service at Bali Hai is okay and needs work. The waiters don't seem very well oriented with the menu and do look a tad confused if you ask for a dish rather than a point at it on the menu.
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