The hotel has five restaurants which prepare a full range of eastern and western specialities. There is a real New York-style 'Deli' with lots of kosher meat on the menu, like in the States. Burger fans will be in seventh heaven, whether they go for the most popular choice, the Wagyu burger, or the lobster burger, a successful option in its own right. be aware that the size of the pastries here is based on US standards. The second restaurant, the Bostonian, prepares dishes straight from the US and, in keeping with the speciality of the town it is named after, it is well known for its lobster dishes. Indeed, the Boston-style lobster bisque is one of the specialities of the kitchen, whose refined cuisine also includes other seafood and steak. Bench seats line the red brick walls of the dining room, which also serves as a gallery, and most of the paintings are displayed here. The dishes are ordered a la carte, but the starters are set out on buffet counters at lunchtime. Presided over by a sommelier, the impressive wine list includes around a hundred appellations and it received the 'Award of Excellence' from the American magazine 'Wine Spectator' in 2008. Asian cuisine is strongly represented in the split-level Chinese restaurant with its amazing central staircase whose banisters are supported by abstract dancers from the Tang dynasty! The five private rooms and one large room with carmine red walls, well spaced tables and background music are very pleasant settings for a meal. As long as the restaurants are open, guests can order any dish of their choice from the a la carte menu, so if they really feel like it they can have breakfast at dinnertime! An English designer has worked his magic on the main restaurant, creating an highly attractive modern setting. Here too, the kitchens are open for the benefit of the guests and the buffets are generous too. The seafood (various sizes of lobster, 3 kinds of oyster, crab paste), the selection of pasta dishes (cooked as you want by the chef), the salad bar (organic products), the Japanese counter, the oysters, the sliced Italian and Spanish ham, the desserts, the grills and the teppanyaki are all worth a special mention.