What they say:
Maya marries the traditions of Pre-Columbian civilisation with exceptional gourmet standards. The venue comes kitted out with rustic wooden crates, exposed brick and Mexican artwork to create a shabby chic vibe that retains an elegant ambience at the same time. With lighter bites made with ingredients from the local market rubbing shoulders on the menu with indulgent rib-eyed steaks, it's going to suit a quick lunch-time pick me up and a hearty pre-theatre meal alike.
What we say:
Maya's delectable lunch-time treats will rightly catch the eye of those in search of a quick bite, but it's the theatre crowd that really ought to sit up and take notice. Located on thriving Drury Lane, the restaurant's blend of inventive food and tasty cocktails makes it the place to stop-off before the evening's entertainment gets underway.