Our breakfast was decent - Since we were staying at Dano, we had free breakfast every morning here. It was sufficient and good, but nothing great.
Continental breakfast consisted of eggs, toast, butter-jam, coffee (instant,but tasty) and ham or bacon.
Our Filipino breakfast consisted of eggs, rice and corned beef (or a choice of sausange / tocino / llonganisa)
For some reason, they always interpreted "scrambled eggs" to be ommelette. I understand this is common, and many people here call a plain ommelette "scrambled eggs" - keep this in mind when you order. So when you order "scrambled eggs", expect them to bring an ommelette (I don't know what they call scrambled eggs! he he!)
We did not have lunch or dinner here, simply because it appeared less appealing than other restaurants in the vicinity. It closes too early fr dinner (8:30 pm)!
The shakes are ok - we had mango shake, which was delivered to our room.
O yes - the restaurant has a lot of coconut trees and sand around it. The sea is just a few meters away. The ambience is too basic - with a little decoration (with native items), this restaurant could look and feel a lot better.
For more information on Malapascua and other choices of restaurants and resorts here, you can see my travel blog