There is a wide choice of restaurants but we marginally preferred the Orient Express. It is located in an old-fashioned train carriage and offers refined cuisine, including caviar (120 pounds for 1ounce). It has a long wine list, which won the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence. Another restaurant for those who cannot afford to eat every meal in the Orient Express, and which is worth the detour, is the Chinese restaurant. The decor consists of pagodas, a small bridge and dragons sculpted on the ceiling, so you are immersed in an authentic Chinese setting, but remember your jersey because it can get very chilly. The buffet is also worth a visit. There is an impressive array of starters and dishes, and the desserts will be appreciated by the biggest appetites, particularly the chocolate fountain and the presentations worthy of the greatest chefs.