A hidden jewel at Java’s centre Amanjiwo rests in the shadows of the largest Buddhist temple complex in the world, Borobudur, which reopens to visitors from 1 March 2023.
From its perch against the Menoreh Hills, Amanjiwo overlooks the fertile Kedu Plain, where volcanic soil nourishes verdant rice paddies and an abundance of fresh produce. Handpicked daily by Amanjiwo’s chefs, most of the ingredients served in the resort’s Javanese, Indonesian and international dishes are sourced from Amanjiwo’s organic garden and local farms.
Whether dining on the Restaurant’s spectacular terrace with views of Borobudur, at the Pool Club, amid rice paddies or beside Selogriyo temple – Amanjiwo’s cuisine reflects the authenticity and welcoming conviviality of Central Java, known for its generosity and flavour.
Featured private dining experience
Pak Bilal’s gracious Javanese home next door to jewel-like Pawon Temple becomes the intimate, candlelit setting for a private meal for those looking to enjoy a traditional, multi-course, home-cooked Indonesian feast in the most authentic setting possible.
Restaurants are open to Amanjiwo guests and non-residents (subject to availability).
Phone: +62 293 788 333
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