The hillside retreat of Amankila – romantic, serene, picturesque – is a gateway to Bali’s natural and cultural wonders

Dining at Amankila

The restaurant is open to guests and non-residents

Amankila’s ocean-view Restaurant focuses on locally sourced ingredients. Traditional local techniques are combined with contemporary cooking styles for revitalising cuisine. Ducks are raised at the resort’s free-range farm in Jasri village; herbs are grown in Amankila’s garden; and cold smoking is done in the smokehouse. Vegetables and exotic fruits are the result of the rich volcanic soil spread beneath Mt Agung

Amankila, Bali, Indonesia - local herbs and spices

Local boats deliver daily fresh fish from the surrounding seas

Suckling pigs are locally reared, and the Indonesian Tokusen wagyu beef is of the finest international quality
Amankila, Bali, Indonesia - traditional Indonesian dinner

Gaze out at the ocean with a sundowner beside the tiered main pool

Mangosteen cocktails and homemade ginger beer are refreshingly cool, while the locally made arak spirit and beer complement sunsets equally well
Amankila, Bali, Indonesia - sunrise breakfast

Amankila's bale, beyond the resort's grounds, is ideal for picnics after a trek or temple visit

Tirta Sari Bale is in the hills of East Bali, with views over rice fields, banana trees and Amuk Bay 
Amankila, Bali, Indonesia - private beach platform

Private candle lit dinners in a truly romantic setting

A personal chef and waiter will tend to your every need, as you enjoy the sole use of the Beach Club, pool area or beach, where a bonfire can be lit to brighten the night sky
Amankila, Bali, Indonesia - dining experiences

Learn about the flavours and traditional cooking methods of Indonesian cuisine

Lead by an East Balinese chef, prepare dishes from beginning to end, following family recipes passed through generations

Special requests

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