Eneko Atxa

Eneko Atxa, born in 1977, was raised in the Basque Country of Spain, in the town of Amorebieta – Etxano, just outside Bilbao. At the tender age of 15, Eneko embarked on his career as a chef at the Catering College of Leoia in the province of Biscay. In December 2013, he opened a new restaurant Aziamendi at Iniala, Thailand’s most luxurious hotel focused on Design, Art and Gastronomy. He is Spain’s youngest ever 3 Michelin Star Chef and has recently been voted the No. 19 Chef in the world by San Pellegrino.

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Starting from THB 1450

Aziamendi Lounge offers a relaxed dining setting featuring a Pintxos menu designed by Chef Eneko. Savour the vibrant flavours normally delivered in Spanish tapas yet presented in Eneko’s artistic and distinctive style and bursting with taste. Every bite takes Basque dishes to an absolutely new level of deliciousness.

Our sample menu alters daily depending on produce availability and is served from 6.30pm to 10pm. Menus start at just THB 1,450.


Located by the shores of Natai Beach, just 20 minutes north of Phuket International Airport, Aziamendi offers two contemporary degustation menus created by the first three star Michelin chef to come to Thailand, Spain's Eneko Atxa.

Be intrigued by the Bonsai tree-bearing juicy cherry tomatoes and edible bark, and then sample the exquisitely-crafted truffle egg in the heart of the Aziamendi kitchen. Signature dishes also include The Garden, Pigeon with Hazelnuts and Foie Gras Ash.

This year Aziamendi introduces "Aziamendi Plates", a selection of gastronomic pintxos designed by Eneko. "Aziamendi Plates" start from THB 1450.

Our Head Sommelier has created a wine and cocktail-pairing menu to compliment Eneko's award-winning food and, for those wishing to keep a clear head, we even have a fabulous non-alcoholic pairing.

In Aziamendi, you are surrounded by awe-inspiring art from some of south-east Asia's most acclaimed artists.


5% of all Revenues from Aziamendi will go directly to the Inspirasia Foundation which supports charities in the region focusing on disability and education for the disadvantaged.

Since 2003, Inspirasia has directed more than US$11 million to outstanding local non profit organisations focused on core health, disability, education, and disaster relief.

Inspirasia grants have reached more than 67,000 individuals among some of Indonesia's poorest families, and tens of thousands more in India and Thailand.