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
Amazing place. Service was amazing. I judge places by how long a dirty dish says in front of me. At this place, tonight, no longer than 30 seconds. Can't believe we got a seat at the Ceviche bar. We happened on the White party of the year. Unfortunately we only had Black (it's London)more
Came here with a client expecting a great experience and leaving disappointed. The food was great (we had the chicken skewers, pork belly, spicy beef, and chicken entrees). The service on the other hand is terrible, we had to ask for water six times. Having flown from NY the day before I was dehydrated and not happy at all. Wouldn't come back or recommend to any of my colleagues.more
Up and coming Peruvian restaurant. Posh and chic.
What sets apart is the quality of food at Coya.
Strategically positioned on the edge of Piccadily (118), there is a special function room at the parlor level. The bar and restaurant is one level below ground floor. Cloak room is also situated on the lower level.
I didn't hangout at the bar but it looks well stocked
The food is really nice....more
Ceviches were a hit. The Chilean sea bass was like butter melting in my mouth. The desserts were mediocre. Only big minus was the incredibly loud live music that was playing in the members' area. It was too loud to have a conversation without shouting at the top of our lungs.more