Shop 302, 3/F, The Pulse,
I fell in love with TRi since the moment I walked into the restaurant. From the natural sound of running water to the laid-back Balinese interior decor, it was like I went on a mini getaway to Bali for the afternoon. The fact that it’s right next to the ocean, although the restaurant doesn’t really take advantage of the ocean view as almost all restaurants at The Pulse do, made it seem even more like a getaway.
The meat was tender and the dish was flavorful in general. I have to admit I don’t know Indonesian food well enough to distinguish whether this was authentic or not. Coming from someone who hasn’t tried authentic Indonesian food, all I can say was it tasted pretty good.
It’s hard to mess up Nasi Goreng right? So of course TRi executed a well-made Nasi Goreng. Nothing surprising here again just an ordinary plate of fried rice.
Coconut Panna Cotta
Served with a layer or roaste pineapple, crispy roasted coconut and cinnamon black rice ice cream. I couldn’t really distinguish the taste of the black rice ice cream but it was very, very creamy to the point I almost thought that was the panna cotta until I found the actual layer of panna cotta underneath. I loved the layer of crispy coconut because it added a nice crunch to the dessert.
I found TRi a bit pricey but the interior decor really makes up for it. I don’t mind paying a bit extra to go on a mini getaway again.