The restaurant, which is located just off the lobby to the left, is a canteen like set up with dark wood wherever you look in the form of chairs, tables and floor fittings. There isn't much to the room and it has no real charm, aside from the corner with the display of mirrors, images and statuettes. Hopefully though more thought and imagination will be put into the renovation which should be carried out this year (2010). Breakfast is served as a buffet and offers a choice of continental or hot food with the usual constituents of an English breakfast. If you don't have time to sit down at a table, then instead you can grab a coffee and a pastry at the all-day Il Barista coffee shop just next to the bar, which itself serves light snacks throughout the day as there is no lunch time sitting at the restaurant. In the evening there is both an à la carte menu and a daily set menu which changes regularly. As you can imagine, the menu contains no surprises and we suspect that some of the dishes are the type to have been brought in from elsewhere and reheated. Starters include soups, bruschettas and charcuterie while salads (Greek, Caesar, chicken) can be ordered as a starter or main. Other options include curries, steaks and pasta, while chocolate features heavily on the desserts menu. There is a small selection of wine with representation from both the old and new worlds.