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

Looking out over the swimming pool to the Ayung Valley, the open-air Restaurant serves cuisine using locally grown ingredients with a distinctive Indonesian flair. Gamelan players perform every evening – their songs joined by a dusk chorus of birds – enveloping the serene tropical atmosphere


Bali’s cuisine ranges from smoked duck and turmeric-scented rice to fish sate and chargrilled prawns

Local Balinese organic farms grow much of Amandari’s produce, including unconfined foraging pigs and free-range poultry


The bends and rises of the tropical wilderness offer wonderful picnic spots

Amandari’s kitchen can make up a picnic hamper for guests to take along on Bali excursions, or can set up a feast in a scenic location


Amandari’s bale, adorned with tropical flowers, is perfect for private dinners

Enjoy a Tari Penyambutan welcome dance before being served by your private chef in a spot with magnificent views of the river gorge and rice paddies

Special requests

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