| The clubroom part of the lounge at the entrance is a calm and quiet area where people can relax in comfy armchairs and sofas in actual rooms. The rest of the lounge is an open space restaurant, bar and resting area. It has a separated quiet room which seems a bit useless due to the clubroom part of the lounge. Food must be ordered at the bar and is served by hosts. The menu provides limited choice and the portions are small, feel free to order two (three) mains immediately. Meals are weird, the greek salad contained lentils, cous cous and was served on a pita. When placing the order a number plate is provided, then hosts are walking around the area hunting for the number with the order, making service a bit slow. One meal was forgotten by the staff, had to be re-ordered. Desserts were represented by one type of flapjack. The bartender struggled to recognise the bottles behind him, I had to direct him to find the Martini Bianco.