Maaya Cape Town has become a favourite amongst locals thanks to their trendy setting and top quality food. This vibrant modern Japanese Peruvian restaurant and lounge bar is waiting for you to join the party.
The owners, Pierre Guillet and Shahryar Jaffer, both studied in the best hospitality university of the world, the École Hôtelière de Lausanne in Switzerland. Mr. Guillet is from Paris, France and Mr. Jaffer is from Dar Es Salam, Tanzania.
The restaurant has been open for almost a year and has seen huge success, being almost fully booked every night. Located on the cosmopolitan Loop Street within the Cape Town City Centre, Maaya offers the quality dining experience befitting its location.
Maaya is a Japanese-Peruvian fusion restaurant and is considered to be one of the best sushi spots in Cape Town.
The owners have brought the concept of a ‘dinner party’ to the Mother City. From Thursdays to Saturdays, evenings at Maaya mirror that concept. After their second service the locals get to enjoy music and dance. There is certainly a vibe!
The design of the restaurant comes from the best trends all over the world. The owners have had the privilege of being well-travelled; they have brought their ideas along with them. The result is the creation of a unique design and vibe at Maaya Cape Town.
It’s more than a restaurant, it’s an experience.
When you arrive at this establishment, you will get the sense of entering a jungle. There is vegetation everywhere, it’s fresh and relaxing. This unique setting further adds to the trendy nature of this establishment.
Maaya Cape Town delivers an amazing experience and managed to appease all of the five senses. The team strive to deliver the best possible experience for their customers. Have a look at their Instagram account and see for yourself.
Why visit Maaya Cape Town:
- The quality and freshness of the products.
- The knowledge of their sushi chef, Jeremy Yona.
- The fact that they add fruits inside the sushi which adds more flavour.
For more information and bookings at Maaya Cape Town, call 062 526 2635 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit them at 168 Loop St, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town, or online at https://www.maayacapetown.com/ . Here is their location on Google Maps.