Recently some foodie friends of mine visited Seminyak on a week long rest, relaxation and fine dining tour. When I requested their top 3 picks they admitted that despite trying many of the hot newcomer restaurants they felt that Will Meryck’s Sarong restaurant in Jalan Petitinget was still their top choice for the food, service and atmosphere.
After very many years of visiting Bali I have been to Sarong on quite a few occasions including having a great time here on New Year’s Eve 2013. We had stopped in to Seminyak for a few days on this trip to stop in to some of the great restaurants by the coast before heading to Ubud – of course Sarong was also top of our list to go back to. We booked ahead via their website which is easy to do and highly recommended because it fills up quickly even in the low season.
We arrived to met by their traditional warm welcome and we’re seated in the beautiful garden. The warm interiors and gorgeous lighting throughout creates a magical setting for evening dining in particular.
Sarong does great cocktails and I couldn’t go past the Refreshing Raspberry Mojito to begin and we ordered a bottle of D’Arenberg Shiraz to go with dinner. Wines are expensive due to taxes and in this case the wine was almost half our bill but was worth it to complement the great food.
Thanks to Sarong Bali for the great images from your Facebook page and website http://www.sarongbali.com
4 thoughts on “Review: Sassy Sarong still going strong in Seminyak, Bali”
Talk about fire up the imagination!!
Hope you are feeling very relaxed
Very chilled out Marie..lots of yoga, walking and eating of course…hope all ok at that end! Sxx
Sounds sensational, Shanth!
Where are you staying this holiday? Still Ubud? Seminyak is a long way to go for dinner.
Hi Susan we popped into Seminyak for 3 days before coming to Ubud – mainly for the eating! Now in Penestanan – very relaxing, lots of yoga and walking….another week to go including big celebrations for our friend Geoffrey’S 70th next week. Weather has been gorgeous – not too hot and low season here so not many tourists ….bliss! Sxx