As the five restaurants are all covered by the all-inclusive package, you can enjoy plenty of variety. However, although you are free to come and go in the case of the buffet restaurants, you will need to reserve at the others. This is the case at Morgan's Pier, for example, which is positioned on the jetty that juts out from the beach, and serves up seafood dishes with fine views of the Caribbean Sea.
Le Jardin is a different style of restaurant. It is reserved for adults only (16 years and over), and prepares French and Creole specialities. Bambou opens for breakfast, and serves Asian cuisine as a buffet for lunch and as an à la carte option in the evening. The Plum Tree restaurant is next to the children's area and sports facilities, and remains open all day long, serving pizzas, salads, pasta, etc. Finally, The Palm is the main restaurant, and is open for the three meals of the day, serving international cuisine as a buffet.
When it comes down to it, although the setting is nothing special, the decor of the themed restaurants is a success, and you'll be really spoilt for choice!