Guests can choose from a total of three places to grab a bite or a drink. The main restaurant, the Waterfront Restaurant, allows guests to enjoy their breakfast or dinner while watching the water taxis pass by. The breakfast buffet is superb and the freshness of the foods used can be tasted in each bite. On the menu are various breakfast pastries, savoury dishes and the usual fruit juices which for once don't taste like medicine. Surprisingly, guests can serve themselves from the champagne bucket at the end of the table. The evening menu is refined, with choices like a marinated salmon with red onion compote starter, lamb curry or braised fillet of duck breast as main courses, and tarte-Tatin (upside down cake) for dessert. It is also possible to order the chef's own specialities. Expect to pay ?39.50 (£34) for three courses and ?46.50 (£40) for four.
The Water Brasserie is a classic but trendy restaurant-bar. Despite the name, there is no seafood menu, but there are cocktails, club sandwiches, salads and pastas.
Lastly, the Panorama Bar is only open to groups, which is a real shame considering the view it affords of Rotterdam.