Street Eats: COYA

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The City of London welcomes COYA, the Peruvian restaurant as it opens it’s second restaurant at the Angel Court in Bank.

What to Expect

COYA is open from noon to midnight, six days a week. Whether sipping on a Pisco Sour or eating some good old ceviche, the restaurant comes alive bringing you the culture of Peru. You wouldn’t want to miss the Latin American vibe and flavours here.

Don’t miss the Whole Leg of Lamb, Josper fired, and served with chifa vegetables.

What to Eat

Chef Sanjay Dwivedi showcases the COYA creations of light and healthy Peruvian dishes with a few added twists of European and Asian influences. Some signature dishes to watch out for include Lobster Ceviche with Gazpacho and Aji Limo; or the Whole Leg of Lamb, Josper fired, and served with chifa vegetables.

What to Drink

Within the restaurant is the Pisco Lounge bar, (yes you heard us). The bar has a broad collection of impressive wines and spirits, but we say get into the Latin spirit by sipping on their South American classic Pisco Sour and COYA’s favourite signature Chilli Margarita.

London-based Sagrada have designed the interiors for all the COYA Restaurants

Best for

Want to get the party started? COYA is the place to be for after work drinks or simply a good catch up with friends. If you’re planning a business meeting the restaurant offers an express menu during the lunch time hours.

Don’t Miss

Street Eats London LOVES an open kitchen: what better way to spend the lunch hour or dinner by watching the chefs plate up in front of you. Also, a DJ will entertain diners throughout the year…

COYA | 31 Throgmorton St, London EC2N 2AT | #Coyacity

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