The main meals are served at the gargantuan buffet which is copious, varied and delicious and includes show cooking, in an immense hall with a capacity of 400 guests and decorated with large naive paintings. You won't know what to choose from the selection of pizzas, pasta, salads, cold cuts, suckling pig, spare ribs and a thousand and one dishes from every corner of the world. For breakfast, a profusion of fresh tropical fruit is served either squeezed or chopped before your eyes and there is an infinite variety of cookies and home-made cakes and a farandole of pancakes, waffles, crêpes, cold meats, cheeses, sausages, hams, etc. Waiters move from table to table, serving tea, coffee and hot chocolate. Breakfast is served from 7:00am to 10:00am, lunch from 12:00pm to 3:00pm and dinner from 6:30pm to 10:00pm. A different theme is offered every day. If despite everything on offer, you tire of the buffet, remember that five speciality à la carte restaurants are also available: an Italian restaurant with a reproduction of the Mona Lisa (reserved for the privileged guests of the Elegance Club for breakfast and lunch, but open to all guests in the evening), a gourmet restaurant (prohibited to children under 12 years, tables must be booked in advance and proper attire is essential), the inevitable Japanese restaurant (sushi bar and teppanyaki) which is still popular in the resorts here, a steak house (set in a beautiful courtyard surrounded by arcades, in a Mexican colonial style with bulls' heads on the walls and cowhide stools), and finally a seafood restaurant (including rock lobster) in a ventilated palapa beside the beach. The seafood restaurant also serves snacks during the day from 12:00pm to 5:00pm. No less than 9 bars are available within the resort. On one of the paths, you can enjoy a break for a glass of the tropical punch served by a smiley Dominican lady in a straw hat, from her small boat used as a bar!