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.
Turkey’s wide variety of microclimates results in an array of fresh seasonal produce year-round. Amanruya’s multiple dining venues celebrate this abundance, with ingredients sourced from local farmers and fishermen in Bodrum and the surrounding areas. The home-style Mediterranean menu features Amanruya’s home-baked bread, while informal meze platters make for wonderful in-suite dining or picnic options. Restaurants are open to both guests and non-residents.
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the main restaurant is situated near the swimming pool and serves authentic Turkish Aegean cuisine with beautiful views of the bay. An elegant space with dark wooden ceilings and pale marble floors indoors, it flows out onto a picturesque terrace surrounded by low olive hedges and shaded by umbrellas.
Protected by a headland and shaded by mature trees, the Beach Club comprises a series of terraces ideal for alfresco dining by the sea. Overlooking the pebble beach and wooden jetty, guests can dine on fresh seafood, salads and Turkish meze for lunch, and sip on cocktails in the evenings.
Set on a rooftop with panoramic views, the BBQ Terrace is open for dinner on balmy evenings, serving a superb buffet of traditional Turkish meze and a selection of barbecued meats and fish. The atmosphere is enhanced with local music, and Amanruya’s expert sommelier ensures the perfect selection of local and international wines.
The spacious Lounge with its divan-style seating, dark beamed ceiling and wraparound windows is a relaxing venue in which to enjoy afternoon tea, an evening cocktail or simply to pass some time with a book.
A new addition to the resort’s dining scene, Sushi by Amanruya offers freshly prepared, Japanese-inspired cuisine.
Guests can choose to sit indoors at the sushi bar or dine in the open air surrounded by the resort’s lush greenery with dishes including hot crispy tempura, temaki (hand rolled) sushi, sashimi and a range of caviars.
Amanruya offers many beautiful locations for private gatherings, both indoors and out. The Wine Lounge enjoys a lofty setting with spectacular views of the bay and surrounding hills, while the atmospheric Wine Cellar with its vaulted ceiling and stone walls is ideal for more formal dinners and cocktail parties.
Situated high on the hillside, the Anatolian Dining Pavilion’s breathtaking views complement its exquisite cuisine. Executive Chef Cihan Beyit curates a daily chef’s menu of tempting dishes with Ottoman, Mediterranean or Aegean origins. Beautifully presented, each is elegant yet rustic, offering a genuine taste of Turkey’s culinary influences through the ages.
Restaurants are open to Aman guests and non-residents (subject to availability).
Phone: +90 252 311 12 12