This is one of the weak points of the hotel, as the gastronomy offered at the main restaurant, in the style of a buffet, does not reach the height of quality expected from a 4 star establishment. On the daily menu, guests will find a variety of meat, fish, salads, pasta, soups and cold cuts, but all of this does soon start to get boring, as hardly any of the food changes from one day to the next. This is all despite the fact that, depending on the day, dishes are based on different types of cuisine, such as Tunisian, oriental or even Spanish. Taking all of this into account, it is important to know that during the summer only the all-inclusive formula is possible. Beverages are included in the lunch menu, although they are local and from the tap (even the water). Freshly prepared pancakes, eggs and bacon are some of the dishes guests can enjoy for breakfast. Show cooking, however, is not on the menu, neither for lunch nor for dinner. The hotel also has two other restaurants: an Italian restaurant, also served as a buffet, and an à la carte restaurant where a free dinner is offered to couples on their honeymoon. Finally, you can also visit the Arabic cafe (open from 4:00pm till midnight) where you can savour a nice cup of tea or a "kahwa" (Tunisian coffee).