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.
At the helm of its constantly busy kitchen is highly acclaimed chef Will Meyrick, who produces dishes that cleverly honor traditional recipes while incorporating his acclaimed signature ‘twist’ : A touch of his own heritage or homage to the Southeast Asian cuisine he truly loves.
Street food recipes for across Indonesia and other Asian countries inspire Will Meyrick’s style of cooking that is perfected by in-depth research accumulated during countless visits across the region.
Out of an abundance of care, Sarong will remain closed until further notice and is being industrially sanitised, while all team members are self-isolating. We apologise to everyone who had upcoming reservations for the inconvenience, and we look forward to welcoming you back when we feel it is safe to do so.
- Family First
- Physical Distancing
- Streamlined Menus
1. Looking forward to reopening Sarong before too long. In the mean time, we are so happy to support Bali Children Foundation’s work feeding families in need. $25 feeds a family of 4 with staple food for 4 weeks. Donate at www.bcfl.org.au
2. We are committed to creating a nurturing and supportive community for our team members all of whom we consider to be family.
3. When Sarong will reopen, we mandate the following hygiene practices:
- Handwashing every 30 minutes.
- Hand sanitisers and wipes to be made available absolutely everywhere.
- Make masks available and mandatory for all.
- Scheduled sanitising of all shared surfaces every 30 minutes.
- Increased cleaning across the board with an external agency deep sanitisation every 10 days.
- Ban physical contact (no handshakes, high fives, fist bumps etc.).
- Hygienic option for guests to store their masks in during the meal (paper bag with a sticker)
4. We believe physical distancing is going to be part of the ‘new normal’ for the foreseeable future.
5. When Sarong will reopen, we will run with reduced menus.
Sarong By Will Meyrick
Traveling influences me a lot because anywhere I go, food is a means of communication – it’s an ice breaker. Through food, you can communicate easily with people from other areas, get to know more about them. This sort of information I get, family stories, histories and cultural practices develop my own understandings of other cultures. Therefore, I don’t see myself as only cooking food, I learn and share, if you like serve with the food the culture that lies behind it.