We stayed at Nayara and were treated with the wonderful breakfast (included with our stay) every morning. The breakfast had so many options that were local (plantains, black beans & rice, meat & potatoes) and also had an omelet station and coffee served with a french press. They even provided sandwiches to take so that you don't have to buy lunch.
We also ate here for dinner one night and it was just ok. The options are not that original and are fairly pricey. I had the Mahi Mahi and it was pretty good but not enough to eat several nights in a row. Try Sushi Amor (the other restaurant at the hotel) instead and then come here for dessert and coffee.