The turquoise Aegean laps Amanruya’s private pebble beach, while ancient pine forests scent the air. Resting amid olive groves and cypress trees on the Bodrum Peninsula’s serene north coast, the village-like resort is a secluded retreat offering an abundance of space and privacy.
Amanoi’s three dining venues each enjoy a distinctly different setting - from the Restaurant’s clifftop perch to the Beach Club on the shore. Serving exquisite Vietnamese cuisine – renowned for its use of fresh herbs – as well as refined international dishes, each is open to both guests and non-residents. Private dining in spectacular outdoor settings can also be arranged.
From its hilltop perch, the Restaurant offers all-day dining celebrating the fragrant flavours of Vietnamese cuisine. With a menu that makes the most of seasonal market produce and the daily catch from local fishing boats, the columned, air-conditioned interior spills onto a terrace with sweeping views of the dramatic coastline.
The Beach Club
Down beside the golden-sand shore, a short stroll from the sea, the Beach Club is backed by huge granite boulders with a shaded dining area and deck overlooking the pool. Open for lunch, as well as poolside drinks and snacks throughout the day, a specialty is freshly grilled fish.
Looking out over Nui Chua National Park from beneath the eaves of the Central Pavilion, the Bar is a relaxing atmospheric space drawing design inspiration from traditional Vietnamese teahouses. With local art and photography on the walls and distant mountain views, it is a comfortable, contemplative space in which to sink into a leather armchair and sip a house cocktail.