Sarong

One of the true pioneers for fine dining concept restaurants in Bali is the effervescent and highly sought after, Sarong. The diverse menu offers a fusion of Asian cuisines, although the restaurant is considered to be predominantly Indian there are influences from Thai, Sri Lankan, Indonesian and Vietnamese dishes, indeed a true staple of all Will Meyrick’s food establishments, where Asian street foods are creatively developed with a uniquely modern twist.

Sarong

The ambience and atmosphere lives up to its reputation as one of the very best, whether it’s for a truly romantic night out or gathering with friends, the dimly-lit space with both a gorgeous indoor and outdoor area is filled with lush greenery, beautiful chandeliers, plush sofas and elegant gold flowing curtains. The service at Sarong is absolutely top-notch, with polite and welcoming staff providing guests with marvelous service right from the door until the moment you leave. Ensuring guests depart with the ultimate dining experience.

Truffle pork jowl naan with eggplant bhurta

With many enticing choices to choose from in the menu, the Truffle Pork Jowl Naan with eggplant bhurta is a must; all the elements such at the fluffiness of the naan paired with the crispiness of the pork jowl and consistency of the bhurta makes this dish a perfect fusion of flavours on the palate. Another worthy dish is the Indian-style pappri chats with fresh snapper ceviche, pomegranate seeds, mint, coriander, potato achari, yoghurt and topped off with crispy fried fish skin. For mains, The Rabbit Biryani simmered in aromatic spices is served topped with naan, almost like a bread bowl with fragrantly moist basmati rice, coriander, garam masala and turmeric. The generously large Kalimantan Prawn that looks almost like a lobster is cooked in Malahari curry with ginger, curry leaves, mustard seeds, tamarind and coconut milk, the meat is fresh and juicy paired perfectly with the slightly spicy and milky curry sauce.

Huge selection of interesting Asian-inspired desserts such as the chocolate bakpao with coconut ice cream and coffee granite, “Kampung Snickers” that consists of peanut butter ice cream, butterscotch caramel and dark chocolate praline or Balinese dark chocolate tart with candied orange and orange ice cream. Leaving any sweet tooth truly spoilt for choice.

ADDRESS:
Jl. Petitenget No.19X, Kerobokan, Bali 80361
OPERATING HOURS:
630pm – 11pm (Daily), Bar last order at 1230am
RESERVATIONS: Recommended
PHONE: +62 812 3634 3386

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