"Sir Harry's Bistro" is a vast, L-shaped restaurant on two levels, and serves lunch and dinner. It is located opposite reception, and has a big, long bay window parallel to the street. Therefore, it does enjoy some natural light, but the little brown brick church opposite is very close to the building, preventing much light from entering. On account of this, the setting is the same yellowish colour as the light bulbs, which is a real pity. One section of the ceiling is decorated to resemble a starry night sky. Peaceful music helps relax guests sat around the large L-shaped counter or on one of the many velvet chairs and black leather sofas. A small selection of dishes is offered for lunch from 12:00 pm until 2:00 pm, Monday to Saturday. Dinner is served between 6:00 pm and 9:00 pm, and is more substantial (?10 to ?15 per dish). There is also a short wine list.
Guests can also head to the stylish "Abacus" restaurant for dinner. It specialises in Chinese and seafood cuisine, but also offers Malaysian, Thai and European dishes. The plant patterns and gilding decorating the thick columns in here were painted by hand. There are also comfortable green velvet armchairs set along the counter, which is made of black granite and gilded bamboo stems. This theme is taken up elsewhere, with painted bamboos also set in the walls at the entrance of this well known restaurant. There are plenty of dishes to choose from, and set menus consisting of a starter, main course, ice cream, coffee or tea start at ?25.
There is also a long restaurant room serving breakfast only (Continental and Irish styles) as a buffet from 7:00 am to 10:00 am during the week and from 7:30 am to 10:30 am on weekends. It is furnished with a red carpet with big squares, beautiful chandeliers, and has bright red wall seats at each end, as well as many tables seating 2 to 4 guests, and comfortable chairs. The stylish black buffet station stretches along one wall. Here again, there is not much light.