Housed in a large hall with exposed wood features, and extended by a terrace overlooking the swimming pool, the buffet restaurant is, considering the capacity of the hotel (around 700 guests), relatively noisy when it is full. Come either at the beginning of the service (in the morning) or at the end of the service (for lunch and dinner). The buffet has a section for children (we saw adults using it, because it offers pasta with tomato sauce, chips, vegetable fritters: dishes popular among people of any age). To boost your protein levels, grilled fish is on offer (tuna, bonito, cutlass fish, swordfish, depending on the day and the season), along with meat (beef or veal) cooked in sauce, saffron rice, pasta with seafood, and sautéed potatoes. Sliced bread is also provided, although we would have preferred a more authentic Tunisian offering (the famous barley flat breads), but this would doubtless be more expensive.