The drinks offering include bottomless Pisco Sours, Bloody Marys, Tommy Margaritas, Mojitos, London Mules, wines, beers, spirits with mixers. *The experience also includes: * Veuve Cliquot champagne until 3pm * Premium dishes served at your table * A delicious dessert platter. The bottomless drinks are available from 12:00 until 4pm, with free flowing champagne until 3pm. Last drink order will be taken at 3:45pm
A modern Peruvian restaurant in the heart of the capital, COYA Mayfair blends traditional and contemporary flavours from its 3 open kitchens and open charcoal grill. The adjoining bar specialises in bespoke pisco infusions and also offers 40 tequilas and an extensive rum list.
The COYA menu features a range of ceviche choices, alongside a host of small dishes and hearty mains. Fired on the charcoal grill, try a marinated skewer of tiger prawns, or from the Josper grill, pork belly with fennel, smoked chilli and mint. Elsewhere on the menu at Coya in London, discover the likes of salmon fillet with beetroot, cucumber and mint, and spicy beef fillet with crispy shallots and star anise.
Reflecting the vibrant menu, COYA restaurant on Piccadilly is decked out in colourful furnishings with bright murals adorning the walls. The sultry pisco bar showcases a unique and eclectic cocktail list with low lighting and rich tones joined by authentic music.
Showcasing the best of Latin American culture, COYA restaurant sits on Piccadilly overlooking Green Park. Both Hyde Park Corner and Green Park tube stations are a short stroll away.
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27 August 2019
12 August 2019
18 May 2019
Fabulous atmosphere, food and service. Would thoroughly recommend.
14 May 2019
Fantastic service, great vibe and excellent food
8 March 2019
the food was amazing,the service very stressful.
12 February 2019
Everything was perfect
4 November 2018
When we entered the restaurant, I was bit worried about the loud music in the bar but where we dined they had a lovely atmosphere. My boyfriend and I were celebrating our anniversary dining there and we were very lucky to have this particular waitress who was very charming and great at service taking care of us that evening. The dishes she recommended us were spot on, really delicious and drinks, cocktails were very good as well. We have ordered mostly small dishes to share rather than having a starter, main, and then desert so we can enjoy so many different flavours. When you look at the individual potion you may find it small but we got very full at the end of the meal and we were very satisfied with experiencing so many different flavours. Our favourite dishes are definitely mixed variety of ceviche, crab tacos, kale and manchego salad, pulled pork bao, chicken skewers.. and for the desert we loved the creme brûlée, and of course you must have the pisco sour when you arrive there. I tired the pineapple, lemongrass and cucumber pisco sour which was so refreshing!
3 November 2018
The food, drinks and decor tick the perfect boxes. However, the rush-rush for ordering the next drinks and meal and the lack of genuine charisma on the waters’ part turns the interaction with dinners into a very impersonal experience which can be resumed to: seat, order, eat, pay, next clients combined with forced and polite smiles. The music was too loud for 9pm - understandably, there is a significant crowd coming just for the social interaction and cocktails, but for dinners the marketing psychology of ‘too-loud-cant-talk-lets-only-drink’ put me off. I wish to see more of genuine, south-american hospitality, cool and breezy tunes for dinners (shall we say 10.30pm?). That would transport people into the core of Peruvian dinning and culture hospitality.
4 October 2018
24 September 2018
My friend and I had a delicious lunch last week. My chili margarita was fabulous! The starters were excellent but I would have stopped there. It's not that the mains were less tasty (although I guess they were a bit) but it was just too much food. That's my only quibble: I feel like we were 'up-sold' on quantity at the expense of enjoying the starters as much as we should have. The service otherwise was lovely. We were virtually the first to arrive for lunch and definitely the last to leave and never felt rushed. I heartily recommend COYA to others.