Tiger Palm Opens in Seminyak with Will Meyrick at Helm

  • The eclectic decor of Tiger Palm.

    The eclectic decor of Tiger Palm.

  • Tiger Palm can accommodate up to 120 diners.

    Tiger Palm can accommodate up to 120 diners.

  • Chef Will Meyrick, the hands behind the dishes at Tiger Palm.

    Chef Will Meyrick, the hands behind the dishes at Tiger Palm.

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The month of December saw Bali’s buzzing Seminyak neighborhood welcome a new restaurant to its culinary scene. Called Tiger Palm in Seminyak Village, the establishment is the latest venture by the Sarong Group and is helmed by chef Will Meyrick, the hands behind some of the island’s finest most acclaimed dining venues, such as fine dining restaurant Sarong, Hujan Local in Ubud and as well as the more casual Mama San.

Located in Seminyak Village, Tiger Palm accommodates a total of 120 diners, and offers a diverse menu inspired by the cultures and cuisines of Malaysia and Thailand, with fragrant dishes put together using the highest quality ingredients, sourced both locally and overseas. Rich curries, soft rice noodles, crispy bites, and fresh fish are few examples from the menu, dishes that are also very much inspired by Meyrick’s very own travels and research.

“During my travels through Malaysia, I have been constantly inspired by the incredibly diverse and spectacular food, both from street vendors and in restaurants,” Meyrick says. “We have tapped into the essence, history, and heart of regional Malaysian cooking and by combining traditional cooking techniques with super fresh, authentic ingredients, we are excited to bring these amazing flavours to Bali.”

For more information, visit Tiger Palm. 

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