- Vegan options
The most imperative Latin American crop, corn, lends its name to this inclusive concept restaurant in Berawa. Maize, situated below the popular speakeasy, Behind The Green Door, is innovative Chef Jethro Vincent’s most recent culinary playground, where you can enjoy a vibrant dinner, or a light, delicious lunch.
This chic and lounge-y venue emerges as one of the most innovative dining options on the island today. The vibe is contemporary but the essence traditional; both local and imported ingredients are balanced to create something quite special. Mix and match cocktails and share plates or dive into a culinary adventure with the chef’s choice menu to experience Maize at its best.
The concept revolves around the heart and soul of many Latin cuisines – corn – an ingredient that naturally caters to most diets whether low-cal, gluten free or Vegan. Don’t be discouraged if you’re not big on corn, another celebrated crop Farine or wheat also has its own menu section. Chef Jethro is well known for pushing all sorts of envelopes, from the avant-garde Bikini restaurant to a recent foray into the world of ramen and his consulting for natural food grocer, Bokashi.
MAIZE continues his venture into Mexican-inspired joints, following his taco pop up – Veneno and a couple of other projects under the same theme; At Maize he brings skill and class to a flexitarian menu that pushes creative limits. Hearing of the launch of their specially designed Vegan menu I had to come in and see why Maize had created such a buzz.