Serving up amazing food, COYA Mayfair sits in the heart of Mayfair. With dishes you’re guaranteed to love, order now for delivery within 32 minutes Coya’s original London site (there’s a second location in Angel Court), still pulls in the crowd with its glamorous take on Peruvian cuisine. COYA Mayfair, London - 118 Piccadilly, W1J 7NW London, United Kingdom - Rated 4.9 based on 12 Reviews "Amazing food and Pisco Sour! Coya Chef Ashraf Saleh will demonstrate his drive and enthusiasm for combining herbs and spices from the East with the best ingredients from the West. Reserve a table at COYA Angel Court, London on Tripadvisor: See 192 unbiased reviews of COYA Angel Court, rated 4.5 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #1,994 of 22,627 restaurants in London. The vibes are even better than any other coya I have visited around the world!
As a gastronomic traveller Ashraf has been inspired by flavours of the world and he will show you how to combine some of his characteristic ingredients to produce delicious recipes. Born from a fusion of Spanish, Japanese, Chinese and Incan culinary culture, Peruvian cuisine is an exciting blend of different flavours and traditions. Must visit. Reflecting the vibrant menu, COYA restaurant on Piccadilly is decked out in colourful furnishings with bright murals adorning the walls. Order food online at COYA Angel Court, London with Tripadvisor: See 192 unbiased reviews of COYA Angel Court, ranked #1,955 on Tripadvisor among 22,631 restaurants in London. Brunch begins with bottomless cocktails and canapés in the Pisco Bar & Lounge while a DJ entertains. In addition to being the ultimate party, Brunch at COYA Mayfair is a showcase of the best of modern Peruvian cuisine. 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. Reem.M March 3. COYA Brunch Every Saturday from 12:30pm until 5pm. London Reviews: Coya Mayfair Brunch Brunch , Eating Out , Latin American , London Chapter , Mayfair by The Foodie Diaries January 4, 2018 Brunch has long since been institutionalised in the weekend agenda of Londoners, with no dearth of options for our Sunday fix of pancakes, hollandaise and Bloody Mary’s. COYA's kitchen maintains traditional elements of Peruvian cooking whilst blending influences from Japanese, Chinese and Spanish cuisines for a modern London clientele. COYA Angel Court, London: See 191 unbiased reviews of COYA Angel Court, rated 4.5 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #1,984 of 22,611 restaurants in London.