Gong Restaurant



Gong Restaurant embodies the essence of Balinese architecture, drawing inspiration from its distinctive style and cultural heritage. The design and ambiance of the restaurant reflect the graceful elements and traditional aesthetics found in Balinese architecture.

In Balinese architecture, there is a strong emphasis on harmony with nature, sacred symbolism, and intricate detailing. Gong Restaurant incorporates these elements by incorporating natural materials such as wood, stone, and thatch, which blend seamlessly with the surrounding environment.

The layout of Gong Restaurant may feature open-air spaces, allowing guests to enjoy the gentle breeze and immerse themselves in the tropical surroundings. Traditional Balinese architectural features, such as intricately carved woodwork, ornate doorways, and traditional Balinese roof structures known as “alang-alang,” can be seen throughout the restaurant.

The name “Gong” itself pays homage to the rich cultural heritage of Bali. Gong is a traditional musical instrument that holds great significance in Balinese music and rituals. By naming the restaurant Gong, there is a connection to the vibrant and rhythmic cultural traditions of Bali.

Overall, Gong Restaurant not only presents a delightful culinary experience but also offers a visual journey into the captivating world of Balinese architecture and cultural traditions, creating a unique and immersive dining atmosphere.

Main Dining 
Maximum Capacity : 25

Maximum Capacity : 20

Maximum Capacity : 100