The Six Senses also provides two restaurants. The ?Dining on the Hill', as its name suggests, is situated at the top of a rise, overlooking the entire complex. It is usually used to serve breakfast and lunch with a sea view. Guests may also choose to eat here in the evenings but a second restaurant, only open for dinner, gives another option. At ?Dining on the Hill', you'll find local or Mediterranean-style cuisine, whilst guests can also select their choice of wine from the adjoining cellar. ?Dining on the Rocks', which only opens in the evenings, has several tables on a large terrace facing the island of Koh Phangan. The view is exceptional and the peaceful atmosphere lends itself perfectly to a romantic couple's dinner. Here the menu is fusion, with international influences and extremely high standards. You'll find meat from Argentina and New Zealand, along with wines from South Africa, Chile and Europe. The fish is carefully selected and the seafood is always fresh. The chef is a master in the art of combining different elements, guaranteeing a unique meal with Asian influences, as well as from all over the world. It will come as no surprise that the restaurant is one of the most popular on the island, with many coming to dine from outside the hotel.