Dubai recently saw the launch of a new food emporium and café called Maxzi, the Good Food Shop. Maxzi is founded by Helene Raudaschl, with the vision of bringing forth the goodness of real food and ingredients.
With contemporary chic interiors and holistic vibes, Maxzi’s new outlet serves organic, freshly brewed coffee, freshly baked breakfast treats, Wagyu beef sandwiches, nutritious soups and mains. Following a simple philosophy of only the best being good enough, all items are made fresh daily and are made with only the cleanest of ingredients.
By taking people closer to their cuisine, Maxzi brings a fun, new approach to informative learning. “Everything we create is out of love. We see ourselves as educators, caretakers and match makers; through the sharing of our food knowledge and passion, sourcing ethical products to be made readily available and match to the liking of the taste of our community,” says Raudaschl.
“As a café and clean food grocer concept, we pride ourselves in our policy of using meats that are free from fillers, preservatives and food colourings. With the rise in food-on-the-go, preservatives and antibiotics being added to meats, in specific, is common. The idea is to spring free from these harmful ingredients that make it tough for most people to keep track of health, despite having home-made food. An idea tempting to all mothers looking for clean food to their kids, the fresh produce and delicious everyday ingredients provide wholesome meals that are affordable,” she adds
Mazxi will also stock a range of finest grocery offerings sourced from around the world with a focus on handmade, additive free items that will ensure the highest standards of quality and flavour. They also have a full butchery, with the boutique award-winning Mayura Station Wagyu ‘The Chocolate Fed Wagyu’. Even the coffee beans are harvested globally from fair trade farms and roasted locally. The cafe uses beans that are home roasted so as to provide maximum freshness that is ethically crafted by passionate coffee drinkers.