Perched beneath Jade Dragon Snow Mountain, Amandayan is a gateway to the ancient heritage of Lijiang and the region’s bewitching natural beauty

Dining Experiences at Amandayan

Restaurants are open to guests and non-residents

Locally grown ingredients take prominence across Amandayan’s restaurants, from the Chinese restaurant serving Nakhi fare with a modern touch to the Lounge with Asian and Western dishes. The Tea House offers seats that look out over the Old Town accompanied by traditional Chinese and Western tea services.

Organic meats, locally grown vegetables and wild mushrooms are emphasised at all the resort’s eateries

Seasonal menus reflect the changing landscape, and picnics can be arranged to be enjoyed amid the majestic mountainous surroundings


Man Yi Xuan, Amandayan’s main restaurant, specialises in Nakhi cuisine with modern accents 

The black clay Chinese Hot Pot starts with a slowly simmered, rich organic chicken broth, enriched with Yunnan mushrooms, cured spare ribs or yak beef, among other local specialities


At the Lounge, enjoy cocktails as well as Western and Asian cuisines with an emphasis on seasonal produce 

The nearby library is a peaceful daytime spot, with books on local history and Nakhi culture 


The tea house offers both indoor and outdoor seating and overlooks Lijiang’s old town

Chinese and Western tea services include an assortment of teas as well as dim sum, sandwiches, cakes and pastries


Yunnan province produces a year-round harvest of delicacies, highlighted by the summer mushrooms, including morels, truffles, porcini and chanterelles 

Lijiang is known for its aged ham, while rice and wine are sourced from nearby Baoshan and yak meat and cheese come from a Tibetan farm

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