Inspired by the rose-hued buildings of old Marrakech, palatial Amanjena is close to the fabled Red City. Spend time relaxing by private pools, visiting the otherworldly landscape of the Agafay dunes or rejuvenating inside Amanjena’s serene spa.
Spacious and light-filled with lofty ceilings, floor-to-ceiling glass walls and panoramic ocean views, this signature Aman restaurant serves authentic Japanese washoku cuisine, considered an intangible national heritage by Unesco. Open for dinner, with exceptional sushi and sashimi at the heart of its menu, Nama also offers a range of premium sake and Amanzoe’s extensive wine selection.
Sense of place
Meaning ‘raw’ in Japanese, Nama offers simple yet sophisticated dishes true to the age-old preparation techniques of the Japanese kitchen. Every Nama dish is imbued with a strong sense of its locale, focusing on the finest ingredients available nearby.
A vast array of vibrant organic produce is sourced from local farmers, fishermen and boutique suppliers of seasonal delicacies. From cheese and wine to honey, herbs, olives and seafood, Nama’s chefs have their pick of the finest local ingredients.
Traditional ingredients from trusted niche suppliers in Japan are key to Nama’s authenticity. Premium Wagyu beef as well as the finest soy sauce, mirin, rice wine vinegar and Aman’s own Tokyo-distilled sake are flown in from Japan’s most respected suppliers to craft delicious sushi and washoku dishes.