MAYA fuses the traditional flavours of the Mayan heritage with the sophisticated tastes of today's demanding palate.
This new Drury Lane eatery will be the go-to Tamale stop in town for lunchtime pick-me-ups, alongside a hub of Mayan tapas and exhilarating melt-in-the mouth dishes to satisfy any craving for evening dining.
Aesthetically, MAYA combines a Colonial-inspired shabby-chic interior with an elegant yet relaxed ambiance. Rustic wooden crates lining the walls compliment exposed brickwork, with Mexican artwork adorning the walls and artefacts galore.
As the nights get longer, for hearty meal lovers, the Ribeye steak, lime and pepper rub option will get mouths watering, and for those eating on the hop or en route to the theatre, appetizers and lighter dishes such as pimientos de padrón or ceviche, made with ingredients fresh from the fish market, will hit just the spot.