Award-winning Sarong is one of the most sought after Asian cuisine fine dining establishments on the Indonesian island of Bali. Further afield, Sarong’s reputation for innovation and authenticity has created its prestigious standing upon Southeast Asian’s epicurean stage.Sarong shines out as one of the genuinely exciting restaurants in the region.
Chef-owner Will Meyrick’s passion for Asian cuisine, particularly his innovative takes on the rich street food scene prevalent throughout the Asian continent. Since its launch back in 2008, it remains one of the most prominent venues along the ‘dining street’ of Jalan Petitenget [MAP]
Sarong has beautiful cuisine and friendly service and outstanding decoration, servings were enough.The signature dish butter chicken was just amazing, seafood which looked great as well, the coconut and pineapple daiquiri was also a hit, would highly reccomend the rest just divine
Sarong Restaurant welcomes you with a somewhat leisurely ambiance. Upon arrival, you step through a wooden door entrance, which is roofed and elaborately carved, reminiscent to that of traditional Javanese joglo houses, and into a leafy garden surrounding two pavilions. You can opt for its laidback alfresco lounge or its main dining area adjacent to the bar.
The restaurant is open evenings only and seats 142 in total.It is advisable to advance book although walk-in guests may be accommodated in the lounge area that blends perfectly with the sumptuously decorated open-air environment. Sarong kindly encourages guests to smoke at the bar and not in the main dining areas.
Due to its soft and cultured ambiance, children under twelve years aren’t advised. Also, despite having ample parking space available at the restaurant’s front and rear, including valet services, it’s best to simply take a taxi from your hotel or villa.
Book well in advance or you’ll be disappointed. Sarong is definitely one of the best restaurants to visit in Bali, and you do need to book weeks in advance during the high season.