The already outstanding Aguas de Ibiza Grand Luxe has added a jewel to its crown with the opening of Maymanta, an Ibiza fine dining restaurant with a compelling Peruvian twist. Located on the hotel’s spectacular panoramic rooftop, with Santa Eulalia harbour and the Mediterranean Sea twinkling below, it’s set to become one of the island’s most talked about culinary hotspots.
Esteemed Peruvian chef Omar Malpartida is the genius behind the Maymanta menu, which takes diners on a whirlwind tour for the tastebuds between locations including Peru, the Amazon, the Andes, and the Pacific. Previously one of Madrid’s most talked about talents, Chef Malpartida has brought his penchant for sharing plates to this Ibiza fine dining destination, where the beauty of each plate is matched only by the surrounding landscape.
Divided into mouth-watering sections, the Maymanta menu is entwined with Chef Malpartida’s Peruvian heritage but has flecks of international inspiration. Traditional ceviche and tiraditos sit alongside picoteo criollo, anticuchos, and punto humo (woks and grill), as well as other Ibiza fine dining specialities to share. And of course, each plate is enhanced by the chef’s inimitable flair.
Unmissable dishes at Ibiza fine dining restaurant Maymanta include the Quinoto – quinoa risotto served with buttered fish of the day and parmesan cheese; the Patatas Andinas – Peruvian potatoes served with rocoto sauce and green huacatay mint; and the Marino Nikkei – prawns served with anticuchero dressing, ostion sauce, soybeans, pineapple chalaquita and creamy sweet potato.
Open daily for lunch and dinner, and with a reduced menu available poolside throughout the day, Maymanta is an Ibiza fine dining restaurant best enjoyed in the company of friends. Arrive at dusk for a full sensory experience that lingers long after the sun has set.