MamaSan Bali, a two storied three-in-one kitchen bar & lounge serving lunches, dinners and evening tapas. The word Mama San is an old term denoting a woman in a supervisory role within South East Asian gentlemen’s drinking establishments.

Chef Will Meyrick and Palm Amatawet have developed a mouth-watering menu. Expect authentic dishes from the Indonesian archipelago, Malaysia, Singapore, India, Thailand, Cambodia & Vietnam, served in layered tiffins, on banana leaves and thali trays. Signature dishes include Beef rendang braised in coconut milk, Crispy “confit” pork hock on the bone with nahm jihm jaew & nam pla prik, MamaSan curry with chicken shallot pumpkin potato peanuts & tamarind and a range of heart-warming soups and wok-frys.

Caroline Usher is responsible for the interior design of MamaSan. The unique purpose built warehouse interior blends vintage and retro eras, with tan leather oversized Chesterfield sofas, chairs, mirror walls, oriental side lit screens and quirky one off art pieces, including a 10 x 4 meter retro inspired wall mural wallpaper “Mama San”, created by textile designer Justine Missen.

A range of black and white pictures showcasing Will Meyrick’s food travels around Asia adorn one of the walls in the ground floor dining room and scatter cushions help to create a homely feel on both levels. Respecting the MamaSan tradition the entire upper floor is open plan accessing the terrace bar, his/her toilets and a 1000 bottle wine retail room allowing consumers to buy wine by the bottle or case.

MamaSan offers valet parking for guests, seats 80+ guests on the lower level and 50 comfortably on the upper level. The ground floor restaurant is open every day for lunch and dinner and the bar on the upper floor is open during dinner until 2am. The restaurant takes bookings from 6:30pm to 8pm, thereafter on a first come first serve basis. Group bookings are welcomed for private events. All major credit cards are accepted.

Jl. Raya Kerobokan No. 135
Bali – Indonesia
Phone. +62 812 3634 3386

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