Maya Café, which opened on the cosy Moon Street in the Spring of 2013, is the brain child of Tina Barrat and Mina Mahtani. The environment of the cafe, with its white walls, outdoor terrace, and Turkish chandeliers creates a relaxing and retreat like experience. It seats up to 35 people with both indoor and outdoor dining.
Tina, who is best known for creating gorgeous jewelry, is the main chef. Inﬂuenced by her French Moroccan background and the food cooked by her mother during her childhood, she was inspired to create a Mediterranean styled menu. The food is 100% organic and vegetarian, with many vegan options. With its focus on the cuisines of Greece, Southern France, Italy, Spain and the Middle East, Maya Cafe offers a well balanced diet of vegetables, fruits, unreﬁned cereals and olive oil.
The oﬀerings also include a delicious dahl made daily, alongside freshly made vegetarian soup that changes daily. This winter, the cafe is oﬀering heart warming vegetable stew with red rice, baked ratatouille with goat cheese, tofu frittata, and puﬀ pastry with bell peppers and potatoes.
A set lunch is oﬀered at HK$128 with a choice of soup or Mediterranean salad alongside a choice of four main course options that change daily. You can also choose from four desserts with generous portions.
Now oﬀering a broad range of organic wines, the cafe is also for a relaxed evening. A dinner for two will cost about HK$400.
Maya Café even takes care of corporate and home food deliveries. Freshly made food can be delivered to your home or business premises for parties of from 2 to 200. Using environmentally friendly packaging and cutlery, they cater from the set food menus or provide custom made recipes for discerning tastes and health related needs.