Eat the rainbow-philosophy
Maily’s Kitchen began in 2018 as an "Eating the Rainbow" dining experience from the back of Maryna Maily's house, with a focus on simple, healthy yet colourful and tasty food.
With the intention of bringing hearty fusion meals to your home, in November 2019, Maily's Kitchen products were born and some of these exciting products so far include: Maily’s Kitchen Sumato Sauce (in original and spicy flavour), Maily’s Kitchen Coconut Flakes, Maily’s Kitchen Coconut Flaan and Maily’s Kitchen Almond Cookies.
Meet the co-founders!
It's not about the age nor the physical appearances. It's about the people who stand behind the ideas and work together, hand in hand, to bring these very ideas to life. Supported with years of experience in food, hospitality and the electronics industries, the team relentlessly strives for constant improvement.
In the spirit of bringing Maily's Kitchen into your kitchen, our team works from Belgium, Helsinki, London to Indonesia. The team discusses endlessly to bring the best dining-at-home experience for everyone.
The founder of Maily’s Kitchen lives in Antwerp, Belgium, where she enjoys presenting vibrant, Indonesian fusion dishes to Europe! She draws inspiration from nature, people, travel and multiple cuisines, but her real secret traces back to her father who has influenced her with Chinese flavours, whilst her mother has shared a legacy of Indonesian cuisine.
Maryna incorporates her childhood memories of Indonesia, a time that was packed with natural, tropical rainbow fruit and vegetables, into her present everyday recipes; this topped with the invaluable feedback provided by those interested in Maily's Kitchen, has shaped it into the cooking style that it is today.
Maryna continues to experiment with cooking in order to create new fusion recipes and has recently been exploring different types of dietary requirements in order to apply and provide them as an alternative option.
The co-founder of Maily’s Kitchen lives in Helsinki, Finland, where she enjoys researching the purest of ingredients that mother nature has to offer for cleansing the home as well as the human body (OK, honestly her highest interest fall into the puppy stories, she’s the crazy queen of doggos, yes, you can say that, she loves that idea!).
Her own dietary restrictions have helped her explore new ingredients and methods without compromising the authenticity and the flavour of a cuisine. She joined Maily’s Kitchen in 2020 as she aims to inspire more people about the essence of nature whilst waiting for the day when she can save all of the homeless doggos and other pets.