Malva Food Bazar will debut at Paradisus Cancun at the end of the year. It replaces the current restaurants Naos and Fuego with a $1.2 million renovation to the design and décor of the space. This will be the first Malva within the Paradisus portfolio and will open its doors at Paradisus Cancun, with plans to debut within other Paradisus resorts in 2020.
This new concept offers a relaxing gastronomic experience, utilizing local culture, products, and culinary trends.
Malva Food Bazar will elevate the traditional buffet experience and create more conviviality, making it the heart of Paradisus properties. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, it will offer guests countless dining options, including a bakery with fresh bread baked daily and a specialty smoothie and juice bar. During lunch and dinner, guests will be able to pick from world-cuisine stations including, salads, meat, fish, and plenty of vegetarian and vegan options.
Creating a casual, interactive dining environment, the design of Malva Food Bazar will feature shared communal tables throughout the space. It will be organized so that guests follow a path and can experience various food stations within the market. At the centerpiece of the space will be live cooking by chefs while kiosks selling local products will be adjacent, giving guests the opportunity to take the local culture back home. Despite being divided into different zones, the 19,353-square- foot space will be visually connected by textiles and vertical elements. Guests can choose to dine privately for a special event or enjoy a meal in a communal table setting.
When complete, Malva will be the eighth restaurant at the 657-suite resort, that features four pools, 9-hole par 3 golf course, and the signature YHI Spa. Accommodation options include Royal Service, the adults-only option featuring private butlers, private check-in and private restaurants; and Family Concierge, designed for families with luxury amenities for kids and parents alike.