I was pleasantly surprised with the food here. The chef is described as "Greek Swiss" and produces modern interesting dishes. I could probably just about spot the Greek influence although I think the Swiss was slightly less obvious. The dishes were interesting and very well presented - I especially liked the lemon grass soup which eastern overtones.
The wine list is relatively short but well chosen. It is primarily French but with a few from further afield.
Prices on both food and wine are reasonable for a hotel restaurant. Service was friendly and efficient (as it is for all things in the hotel) although food service was not rapid - not an issue for me for good food.
So in summary a very good place and worth eating in if you are in the hotel or the area.