The dream has always been to open a place that is more than just a restaurant” says Will Meyrick, who is the brainchild behind Bali’s success story Sarong restaurant. “An environment where people can feel comfortable to eat, try their hand at cooking or just lounge in a bar. Basically, not needing to leave the space until home time, whatever that time is. Mama San is for anyone who appreciates to lounge in style and eat quality food without it being too expensive.
a stunning balcony overlooking the busy street scene, private dining room, eclectic range of Indonesian images and Mama overlooking the dining scene, Mama San is perfect for intimate dining, business dinners, parties and events.
“Mama San illustrates a story of a madam of authority in an Asian gentlemen’s club, who takes care of her girls with affection,” Meyrick said. “That’s pretty much how I see myself in keeping the authenticity of the cuisine culture in the restaurants I manage by learning from women all over the region, who are willing to pass on their knowledge,” he continued.
The restaurant admires and adapts to Hong Kong its elder sister's ambiance of edgy colonial times in Shanghai during the 1920s, in a purposefully designed industrial ceiling warehouse. Gaze up to Mama San in all her glory staring down at patrons while dining and ponder over a travelogue of old style photographs.