The main restaurant, Jandia, is named after another of Fuertevenura's seaside resorts, this one even further to the south of Costa Calma. It serves buffets featuring dishes prepared by show-cooking chefs. The decor is pretty, once more including tile friezes reminiscent of the Arabic style. The tables are also just the right distance apart, neither too close or too far away from one another. Best of all, the restaurant has a large terrace overlooking the Atlantic. The selection of meat and fish dishes, vegetables, starters, and desserts is perfectly adequate, and there is a self-service policy when it comes to drinks. Another catering option is provided by the snack bar, La Choza, which serves pizzas, hot dogs, and various sandwiches, which are free for guests staying on the all-inclusive formula but must be paid for à la carte by half-board guests. The bar, Maxorata, can be found near the swimming pool. In the evening, you can choose between listening to live music at the lobby bar, which has a pretty terrace, and watching shows at the bar/nightclub, Pajara.