The hotel has a restaurant with a cafeteria on the ground floor, right beside the reception. Indeed, this makes up part of the lobby, meaning you can enter the hotel and proceed directly to the counter of the cafeteria, if you wish. This space serves as a breakfast room, buffet and restaurant. The tables are divided into two different spaces: the first is near the counter and the second is opposite the buffet overlooking a courtyard garden which provides the space with plenty of natural light. There is no shortage of interesting details at breakfast time: the fruit juices are natural and you can choose from a variety of flavours, some of which are known for their antioxidant properties. Among the fruits are melons, watermelon, strawberries and apples, peeled and finely cut just like on a royal platter. The cold meats consist of products such as Iberian ham which is a good accompaniment for the delicious 'pa amb tomàquet' (a Catalan speciality of toasted bread with tomatoes). For breakfast, you can sample the fine pastries, cereals, cheeses, hot dishes and a wide selection of teas and coffees. You can also enjoy the show cooking space and sample freshly prepared food. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner until 11:00pm every day, including on weekends. It serves mostly avant-garde cuisine, which you can order à la carte or as part of a set menu. On weekends, you will have the opportunity to sample a particularly tasty set menu (lunch and dinner) for less than £18.