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.
Four separate restaurants grace Amandayan’s secluded hilltop, each with its own unique character and outlook, while the options for private dining with amazing views of Lijiang are endless. Bookings are open to both guests and non-residents.
With indoor and outdoor seating and panoramic views, the resort’s Chinese restaurant lives up to its name, ‘Lingering Peace’. Serving Yunnan cuisines for lunch and dinner, the restaurant also offers four private dining rooms in which to savour traditional Yunnan hot pot. Locally sourced ingredients include Shangri-la yak and fish from Chenghai River.
Serving Western and Asian cuisines as well as local specialties, the Restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Local dishes include Yunnan rice noodles and Naxi pancakes, while a delicious selection of pastas, salads, grilled meats and other international fare showcases the finest seasonal produce available.
Savour delicate dim sum and traditional Chinese and Western tea sets with savouries, cakes and pastries overlooking Old Town in the two-storey Tea House. Open from noon to 5pm daily, this tranquil venue provides both indoor and outdoor settings in which to sip tea, enjoy the view and relax.
A welcoming venue in which to relax over afternoon tea or a light meal, the Lounge is ideal for whiling away an hour or two with a book from the library, or for planning your next day’s adventure over expertly prepared cocktails.
Enjoy a traditional Nakhi hotpot at Man Yi Xuan or a traditional tea tasting including the finest Yunnan Black Tea and aged Puer Tea at the Tea House. In season, usually between June and September, hunt for Matsutake mushrooms in the rain scented forests of Heqing, then feast on these revered delicacies in a farmhouse lost in time.
Pause to enjoy a delicious and refreshing, mountain-inspired afternoon tea while savouring Amandayan’s panoramic views over Lijiang.With distant peaks on the horizon, choose from a variety of fine teas and snack on delectable sweet and savoury delicacies – some inspired by traditional Nakhi treats and others by locally grown seasonal fruits.
Almost seeming to float on the hillside high above Lijiang Old Town, Amandayan’s open-sided dining pavilion is an exquisite setting for a private breakfast or candlelit dinner.As the morning sun gilds the rooftops below, tuck into a delicious Chinese or Western breakfast with homemade sausages and other delicacies. Or choose to dine at sunset, as the lights in the valley flicker on, savouring crispy suckling pig, abalone, lobster, Wagyu beef and more.
Restaurants are open to Aman guests and non-residents (subject to availability).
Phone: +86 888 533 9999
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