Tourists who are traveling in the Canggu and Berawa areas have more and more choices where to eat or just to drink. Maize Restaurant is the newest part of a series of quality restaurants in the Berawa or Canggu area. Maize is a comfortable, lively and stylish place to eat. It is situated on Jalan Subak Sari No. 90, Tibubenang Village, North Kuta Subdistrict, Badung, now becoming the most popular tourist center.
The creation of dishes at Maize was initiated by Chef Jethro Vincent, becoming the figure behind a number of classy culinary destinations in Bali, and the founder of this restaurant and co-founder behind Kilo Collective, Joshua Adjodha. Chef Jethro brings all his expertise and experience in creating Southeast Asian and fusion dishes as Culinary Director, combined with Joshua’s high creativity in creating evocative menus for his beloved customers.
The word Maize means ‘corn’ which is one of the most popular raw materials in all of South America, and broadly represents the menu of dishes we serve. As the latest creation from the Kilo Collective group, Maize aims to be an extension of the brand’s way of communicating with customers; define the moment with delicious food, soulful ambiance, warm conversation and an unforgettable opportunity. “We present an array of contemporary dishes inspired and rooted in unique Latin flavors and traditions, simultaneously celebrating the diversity of local, imported and seasonal ingredients from Bali, Latin America and the Southeast Asian region in general,” said Chef Jethro Vincent.
The selection of dishes at Maize embodies ‘Contemporary Latin Cuisines’ at its best. They are starting from the combination of crispy fried tortillas and lime juice served with delicious Guacamole sauce to the juicy and delicious fusion meat dish, consisting of suckling pig legs (pibil-style) typical of Latin America which is also served with crispy tortilla chips. “All of our menus become an attribute of the typical delicacy of Latin American countries, with a Southeast Asian touch to complement the unique and different flavors,” he said.
Aside from delicious and meticulous dishes, Maize also prepares drinks with a very high level of attention. We are glad to present young accomplished mixologist Harris Mahendra a.k.a Aris Jarrot overseeing our diverse beverage program. “We are very excited to serve fresh and delicious thirst-quenching drinks for our customers during their dining and leisure time. The beverage program at Maize focuses on the Latin-style ‘spirit’ which is also reflected in our dishes to make the flavor combinations even brighter,” said Chef Jethro Vincent enthusiastically.
This restaurant was designed by the founder of the restaurant, Joshua Adjodha and architect Jimin Fadjar from Studio Dining. The dining room at Maize consists of two main areas to serve customers who come alone or with family and loved ones. The outdoor patio features a beautiful al-fresco style dining area, and the indoor area is covered in air-conditioned coolness with stylish booths and beautiful high-top tables. “In total, there are 60 seats in the restaurant and 6 seats in the bar ready to welcome guests in small or large groups!” said Joshua Adjodha.
If you want a more romantic atmosphere, come and gather at dusk to enjoy a memorable dinner. “Prior to heading to our cocktail lounge, there is ‘Behind Green Door’ to dance and sample fresh drinks. Maize can also be a ‘waiting room’ to relax in a calm and breezy atmosphere before, during or after a dance party at Behind Green Door,” he added.
This Maize Restaurant is located at Berawa because Bali is an extraordinary vacation destination with a wide selection of international culinary delights. On that account, Maize is proud to be a part and one of them. “Let’s stop by while taking a leisurely walk in the Berawa area. Probably, you can also discover the ‘magical’ side of Latin America and their meticulous and delicious dishes. Well, see you at Maize,” concluded Joshua Adjodha. (BTN/015)
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