The food served at the hotel is good quality international fare, although there could be a better choice of dishes. The menu consists of meat and fish dishes, salads, vegetables, soups, etc. Several chefs prepare enticing dishes in front of the guests. If you order a pizza, for example, you can see the ease with which the skilled cook kneads and works the dough, adds the ingredients you have selected, and pops it in the oven. You can also watch a filet of fish or meat being prepared in front of you. The ingredients are fresh and the preparation of the dishes swift and professional. A Tunisian dinner is organised every Friday evening, the menu consisting of couscous, merguez, Tunisian tajines (a kind of quiche featuring meat and vegetables), bricks (small pancakes), and so on. A Tunisian ambience is created by the veils, Tunisian music, Berber fabrics hanging on the walls, etc. The restaurant has a very pleasant atmosphere and is decorated in a simple salmon-pink colour scheme. Thanks to the huge picture window overlooking the swimming pool, the room is very well lit. During the high season, guests can even enjoy the luxury of taking breakfast outside at the swimming pool bar. In addition to the buffet in the main restaurant, the hotel's eating options include the Kantra restaurant, a barbecue-style eatery close to the swimming pool, a 'beach club' open six days a week during high season that serves drinks and snacks, and a Mexican restaurant, which opens daily during the summer but only three days a week over the winter months. The hotel had plans to open a gourmet Indian restaurant in 2010.