Sample top-notch modern Peruvian fare and Latin American spirits at this upmarket eatery on Piccadilly.
With decor fusing colonial grandeur and modern touches plus three open kitchens (including a raw bar and an open charcoal grill), there is a sense of theatre at Coya. The adjacent pisco bar serves a range of pisco cockatils and more than 40 tequilas.
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118 PiccadillyLondonW1J 7NW
I love Peruvian food, but this restaurant takes it to the next level. We had the flight of vegetarian ceviches, Ensalada Peruana (served with a lovely vinaigerette), Patatas Bravas, Solomillo de Res (for me), and Chicha Morada for dessert. The food was fresh, interesting, based on the traditional but with exceptional stylistic updates. Nice to have beautifully crafted vegetarian options for...more
Had higher hopes. The serivce was average, food took longer than it should have taken to arrive and the emply dishes and dirty plates would build up as nobody wanted to take them away. The serves loved to pour the wine at such a rate that by the time the main came, the bottle was finished - for two people drinks at the bar and one bottle of wine should be enough. When food did arrive, the...more
Nice Peruvian restaurant.
Peruvian food. Very special.
Prices are acceptable.more
This was in the top three meals I had on my monthlong Europe vacation--and considering one of them was Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, that's saying something. It was pricey, but the food and service was well worth it. Our waiter was a bit eccentric yet extremely enthusiastic about the menu.
The Ron Jeremias was one of the best cocktails I've had--sweet and tangy with a generous slice of...more
My husband and I were on completely different pages (not unusual) after dining at Coya last month. Whereas I'd give Coya 3 stars, he'd give it a 4.5. Ultimately (and obviously) I decided to go with 4 stars.
Ambiance: We went for dinner and the place filled up around 7pm, right when we arrived. Coya is dark and sleek and a probably not a place for a child (who was with us, as she most always...more