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'The dream has always been to open a place that is more than just a restaurant' says Will Meyrick of Sarong and Mama San. 'An environment where people can feel comfortable to eat, or just lounge in a bar.
A large 'gudang' has been converted into a two level restaurant, cooking school and bar. Guests step into colonial Britain in Shanghai in the 1920s, with marble top mah-jong tables and oversized tan leather chesterﬁelds. The Mama San ground ﬂoor dining room is fully air-conditioned, seats up to 70 at any one time and is open for lunch at 11am -2pm and for dinner from 6pm - 11pm.
The upper level at Mama San's can ﬁt a maximum of 80 patrons at any time. Guests can enjoy cocktails or drinks from 6pm - 2am and a grazing menu serves a select range of dumplings from 6pm - 11pm. Mama San's Asian menus include Chinese, Indonesian, Indian, Malay, Singaporean, Thai, Cambodian and Vietnamese.