Located in Playas del Coco, Guanacaste. They are not just any meals!
Our aim at Nya Restaurant is to create a unique and personalized dining experience. Our Chef uses fresh local ingredients to create a menu that is a fusion of authentic local cuisine with an international twist. The Chef will also offer recommendations and can make dishes to order (based on availability).
Alcoholic drinks are available, as well as a pool and snacks menu throughout the day for our visitors that wish to enjoy our day pass as well for our Happy Hour and snacks while enjoying the sunset. If you are near Playas del Coco, Guanacaste, dropping by at Nya Restaurant is a must!
We are happy to meet special dietary requirements as well, such as gluten-free or vegetarian needs. Find our breakfast, lunch, dinner and private dinner menus below.
Note: Private dinner only available by booking minimum 24 hours ahead and requires pre-ordering.
If you can’t wait to see what our Nya Restaurant offers, take a look at our breakfast, lunch, dinner and private romantic dinner menus below with gluten-free options too.
**Menu items are subject to change.**
Guanacaste’s natural beauty is unique. Its dry tropical forests are one of a kind, boasting some floral species that cannot be found anywhere else in Central America, such as the Guachipelín, Guanacaste and Malinche trees. At Villa Buena Onda we want you to meet the beauty of nature, its peacefulness, and its true meaning.
If we had to list 5 reasons to come to Nya Restaurant, these would be them:
Since the Villa is surrounded by this wonderful forest —and a fabulous view— our rooms were initially named after local trees, such as Corteza (golden trumpet tree), Laurel (bay laurel), Níspero (loquat), Malinche (royal poinciana), Balsa (balsa tree), Guanacaste (elephant-ear tree), Poro Poro (coral tree), and many others. Their leaves and branches house the incredibly diverse wildlife of the area, soothing and sheltering us as well.
In their honor we decided to name our restaurant “Nya,” which means “tree” in the Chorotega language. The Chorotega are one of the indigenous populations that still live in Guanacaste, and from their ancient culture we’ve learned part of the reverence and love for nature we try to uphold at the hotel.
At Villa Buena Onda we always strive to commemorate Costa Rican tradition. More importantly, our goal at Nya Restaurant is to create a unique and personalized dining experience. To achieve this, our Chef uses fresh local ingredients to create a menu that fusions authentic local cuisine with an international twist: fish of the day, vegetables and fruits coming from the local farmer’s market, and even gluten-free dishes to comply with any dietary requirements.
Enjoy every meal with us:
Eat fine and fresh.