Dining

Amandari, perched on sacred ground in the Ayung River gorge, looks over cascading rice paddies and Hindu shrines

Balinese Dining Experiences, Amandari

The Restaurant is open to guests and non-residents

Discover the flavours of Bali with dishes ranging from smoked duck and turmeric-scented rice to fish satay and chargrilled prawns. Or choose a comforting dish from home on the international menu. Seasonal ingredients are sourced from local organic farms, while freshly caught seafood is brought from the coast daily. Private dining is available 24 hours a day for guests in the comfort of their Suites.

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The Restaurant

Overlooking the swimming pool with all-embracing views of the Ayung River Valley, the open-air Restaurant serves Indonesian and Western cuisines for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The main dining room seats 48, while a private dining room upstairs caters for 12. Every evening at dusk, gamelan players perform their intriguing melodies accompanied by a chorus of birds.
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The Bar

Glowing with the soft emerald light of sunshine through leaves, the Bar rests adjacent to the pool. The ideal location for a refreshing drink or light meal throughout the day, it is also the perfect spot for a cocktail to toast the setting sun. Open until 11pm every night, it is a convivial venue for after dinner drinks.
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Bespoke Dining

Watch the sun set as the waters of the Ayung River rush by below, then dine in consummate privacy with a menu designed just for you. Perched right on the lip of the Ayung River Gorge, the open-sided Bale can cater for up to four people. The Lotus Pond is another venue for private dining, offering seclusion and privacy for 8 diners.

Special requests

No request is too great and no detail too small. We are also here to assist you before your trip begins