The hotel has a main restaurant, The Restaurant, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Here you will find various Asian delights blended in with European touches. Be prepared to sample the crème de la crème of fusion food rustled up by the restaurant's Indian, Vietnamese, Chinese, Indonesian and European chefs. Sit at the bar and watch as the nimble chefs prepare your meal with precise and delicate movements. The restaurant is one of the most popular addresses in Miami so don't be surprised to see a couple of familiar faces. The breakfast in renowned for being the most elaborate in town and includes over 100 specialities. Don't miss Sunday brunch (11:30am-4:30pm), which is usually graced with live Jazz. You'll find a range of European, American and Asian dishes on offer as well as champagne on tap all afternoon. It is worth noting that Miami's largest wine cellar is here at The Setai, and is comprised of over 3000 wines, sparkling wines and champagnes.
The restaurant's decor is as soothing as the rest of the hotel, but for the full experience, go over relax by the zen pool feature adorned with tall elegant palm trees just outside.
As an alternative dining option, why not try the Grill (open evening only), where you will be pleasantly surprised by the restaurant's array of grilled food, from red meat to fish and seafood. You can also order small bites like the restaurant's range of sophisticated tapas à la Miami: fois gras with a light apricot marmalade, black truffle risotto, kiwi and black chocolate salad...Sample a unusual (bordering on bizarre) cocktail - bacon and sage infused in Bourbon anyone? Go on, give it a try.
At lunchtime the pool bar offers lots of Mediterranean alternatives to The Restaurant's more sophisticated dishes, and you will find your usual selection of pizzas, salads, all à la Setai, of course. And for a cocktail or two, the bar inside or by the zen pool, is a great way to unwind after a hearty meal or a long night out.