For a hotel like umi, it is quite impressive the number of eateries it boasts: a breakfast room, a coffee shop, a restaurant and a bar. The first is just to the left of the lobby and therefore has a view onto the promenade and sea, which you can take in by grabbing a seat at the window bar with its funky white stools. Breakfast is the standard continental (toast, cereal, yoghurt etc) with the option of a hot breakfast in the form of a full English, bagel sandwiches eggs and porridge. This same space, and the room next door, turns into 'yumi' after breakfast hours, the hotel's coffee shop, which serves pastries, sandwiches and jacket potatoes throughout the afternoon. The hotel's restaurant, the umi Grill, which happened to debut during our stay, is just next door, and can be accessed either from the exterior, or through the bar/lounge. It's strangely set up (although that has much to do with the shape of the room) but does have views of the sea and a nice stained glass window at the back. There is not much in the way of decoration, however it is a correct setting and is well lit. On the menu is essentially the kind of food you'd find in a pub, nachos, chicken wings and Caesar salad to start, with steaks, burgers and a few fish dishes to follow. The food was reasonable and the prices too, although the service was very slow and the poor young girl looking after us was a little out her depth. That said, we ate there on the restaurant's first night and they were taken by surprise at the high number of clients.