Breakfast is the only meal that is actually served at the hotel, although adjoined to the courtyard, you will find three independently-run restaurants: Sticks and Sushi, La Rocca (Italian) and Pintxos (Basque). Breakfast is served in the conservatory, which although it can get very busy, is an overall pleasant experience. The breakfast is varied and the items served are of good quality. There are bacon and eggs as well as American pancakes on offer and the healthier options such as a range of muesli, yoghurts, fresh fruit and smoothies. Something to cater for just about any kind of day! Weather-allowing, guests can also have breakfast out in the courtyard to escape the din of the breakfast room. The other three restaurants are open for lunch and dinner. The hotel does not do packages that include meals here, so it can be a little on the expensive side, although for those of you who feel like taking a break from the city, the restaurants are conveniently located just next door. La Rocca has a wide (yet predictable) selection of Italian fare - everyone here is Italian, including all the waiting staff, meaning that you will be given a very warm welcome. We recommend that you book in advance if you plan on dining at La Rocca as it is very popular (it is also adjoined to the Ibsen Hotel, another Brochner Hotel). Sticks and Sushi is well-liked in the city - as it is a chain, you will find them scattered all over the city. We did not have the chance to sample Pintxos, but it looks fairly upscale and is usually fairly busy, especially in the evenings. Here you can expect mainly high-end tapas typical of the Basque region. As the hotel doesn't really have a kitchen, there is no room service.
La Rocca is open from 12:00pm-11:00pm everyday and Pinxtos is open from 12:00pm-11:00pm and from 5:00pm on Sundays.