Maya is a popular Mexican restaurant that moves beyond the Tex-Mex into more ambitious territory. There was a very fine home-made guacamole, but beyond the novelty of not seeing burritos there were some problems, primarily with ingredient quality. A lightly seared tuna on triangular flour tortillas was rather tasteless, while a chicken dish with mole sauce featured very poor, utterly bland and dull chicken. This is still a pleasant enough place until you consider the bill, which is high for food at this level – $58 before tip for two courses and two beers. The atmosphere is relaxed and service hurried but acceptable.