Nectar Restaurant serves fusion cuisine with Latin, Mediterranean and Asian influences. Our menus are built around local, organic and seasonal ingredients. We strive to support our local farmers and encourage others in our community to do so as well.
Breakfast is served daily from 7 am to 11 am. Our early risers can enjoy aromatic and organic Costa Rican coffee starting at 6 am in our restaurant. Costa Rica is famous for delectable tropical fruits such as papaya, pineapple, passion fruit, bananas and more. We always offer what is fresh and in season. From healthy fruit smoothies to our traditional Pinto to our Banana Bread French Toast, our breakfast menu features both light and hearty plates to start your day.
Lunch is served from 12 noon- 3pm. If you have a day excursion planned, we are happy to prepare a box lunch for your afternoon tour. Our lunch menu is varied with a long list of choices. We have a number of healthy salads, burgers and our typical Costa Rican Casado. The Nectar Fish Tacos are a popular choice, and not to be missed if you enjoy seafood.
Our Bar Menu will be the star from 3:30 until 6pm. It consists of fresh sushi and other savory tapas, which paired up with our trendy Cocktail Menu, will make a fantastic duo for the sunset hour.
Dinner is served from 6 pm-9 pm. Our dinner menu is designed around the freshest seasonal and organic ingredients . While we embrace the concept of traditional fine dining, we truly believe in offering our guests and visitors an authentic and fun culinary experience. Our dinner menu is divided in three categories: Crudo (raw), Pequeño (small) and Grande (big). In the Crudo section, you can find an array of sushi and ceviche dishes, while in Pequeño we offer appetizers such as Fried Calamari, Spring Rolls and our popular Cheese Plate, a wonderful selection of Costa Rican artisanal goat cheeses. Grande has the most succulent entrées, including the freshest of fish, created by our Chef Norman Roqhuett. Being set on the Pacific Ocean allows us to fully take up the Hook to Fork philosophy. The catch of the day is truly what the fishermen reeled in.