Surrounded by marine and forest reserves on the Indonesian island of Moyo, Amanwana is a remote retreat where flora and fauna take centre stage

Dining at Amanwana, Indonesia

The restaurant is open to guests and non-residents

The Restaurant, looking over the Flores Sea to Medang Island and the mountains of Sumbawa, serves fresh and simple cuisine, much of it made with products grown or reared on the island. The catch of the day, direct from the fishermen’s boats, is a highlight of the daily menu, which can be tailored to individual tastes

Amanwana, Moyo Island, Indonesia - sundowners

The rainbow colours of dusk offer an occasion to try a new cocktail from the bar

The Amanwana martini, perfectly suited to the tropical climate, is infused with fresh mint to give a cooling kick to a classic cocktail
Amanwana, Moyo Island, Indonesia - dining

The resort’s own garden produces many of the vegetables, fruits and herbs used in the kitchen

Join the Chef in the garden to pick out ripe produce for that night’s dinner, or for a cooking class in which you can learn the recipe of your favourite dish
Amanwana, Moyo Island, Indonesia - night sky

Dine alfresco by the sea as the sun sets, surrounded by lanterns and with your toes dipped in the sand

Private meals can be arranged in an isolated beach spot, or enjoy an atmospheric barbecue over a bonfire with a personal chef and butler

Special Requests

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