Sarong is dedicated to the promotion of South East Asian cuisine culture. From the Madura’s of Indonesia to the Tamil’s of Southern India, the food of Sarong represents the authentic flavours of the entire region. The setting is elegant, comfortable and stylish with a long dark wood bar and bevelled mirrors accentuating high ceilings with flowing drapery that enhances the indoor to outdoor ambience of a tropical evening.

With seating for 110 arranged under two traditional pavilions and a main dining area, expansive bar and outdoor area spaces that are generous, accommodating and intimate there is plenty of room for group and individual bookings. It is always advisable to reserve a table, especially during high season when demand for Sarong's dining is particularly high so as to avoid disappointment.  In addition menus for vegetarians and for those who are gluten-free and other food restrictions are available on request.

“Sarong operates a 'smart casual' dress code policy after five pm. In respect of this we ask that no branded singlets, sleeveless shirts or board shorts are worn and that footwear is appropriate. Please do not wear casual 'thongs' or 'flip flops' to Sarong.”