At first glance, no one would ever think that the restaurant could hold 140 people! Split into 2 sections, it looks more like an à la carte restaurant, with its leather chairs, nicely spaced-out dark-wood tables, brand new white sideboards, white walls, etc. The marble flooring is the sole reminder of the hotel's past.
Show cooking is given pride of place at the restaurant, with several stations for grills and carving, in addition to the pasta, pizza, Tunisian specialities, and usual garnishes. Open for breakfast and dinner only, the restaurant also organises Tunisian and Spanish nights once a week. The cherry on the cake: the open air à la carte restaurant, where flambés, seafood, etc., are served. The barbecue by the pool and the beach snack bar, both open in high season, complete this hotel's culinary offering. For drinks, there is a central bar, a lounge on the terrace, and a new Moorish cafe, itself equipped with a terrace.