Asena Village counts two restaurants (one buffet restaurant, one à la carte restaurant) plus a snack bar. It also claims two bars, one by the pool, and the terrace bar which transforms into a disco every evening. The main restaurant is very cosy and rustic; large with a timber apex ceiling, brick columns and dark wooden dining settings, there is even an old-fashioned fireplace in the centre of the room and iron chain chandeliers. We loved the tiered outdoor seating which creates a sort of amphitheatre effect. Breakfast and dinner only are served here as the resort operates half board and bed and breakfast meal plans. Lunch is served at the outdoor snack bar (poolside) or at the à la carte restaurant situated next to the lobby.
The à la carte restaurant is spacious and well-lit thanks to its large windows and also features outdoor seating on a wrap-around terrace. Meanwhile, the pool bar and snack bar are housed under a large gazebo with a bunch of wooden picnic tables and benches. At night the disco bar opens; it features a black, white and red colour scheme, a generous dance floor and banquette seating around the edges. There is additional seating outdoors on the balcony, plus a flat screen TV, pool table and table football.