Colombian street food heroes, Maize Blaze have taken up a temporary residency at the Howling Hops Tank Bar
From the end of July 2019, authentic Colombian street food specialists, Maize Blaze will be taking over the kitchen of the Howling Hops Tank Bar.
This announcement couldn’t have come at a better time as from the 26th of July Howling Hops are set to release a collaboration beer with Unity Brewing Co. Based in Southampton, Unity Brewing Co have joined forces with Howling Hops to create a hoppier version of Howling Hops’ house lager, called High & Dry. This beer will pair perfectly with the vibrant Maize Blaize menu, as it’s floral and fruity yet crisp and refreshing.
The Maize Blaze menu at the Tank Bar is designed for those with insatiable appetites. The Colombian Marching Box combines marinated chicken, sautéed potatoes and fried plantain with a secret Colombian sauce for the full Maize Blaze experience. If it’s a vegan option you are looking for, look no further than the near-legendary Lean Mean Vegan Machine; a vibrant combination of balsamic red cabbage, garlic rice and creamy guacamole as well as the sweet goodness of plantain and sautéed potatoes. The menu is entirely gluten free, with all breads made in the traditional style using sunshine-bright corn instead of wheat.
To ensure the warm and welcoming Colombian spirit is also firmly on the menu are the team of passionate chefs. The Maize Blaze chefs not only bring each dish to life from scratch, but they also bring their creativity, passion, and integrity to everyone who crosses their threshold.