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This swish Mayfair restaurant was one of a few restaurants opening toward the end of 2013 that aimed to bring higher-end Peruvian cooking to London. It's one of three venues sharing the Coya name and ethos, with sister sites in Miami and Dubai. It looks good – think traditional South American aesthetic done with Mayfair money - with a central ceviche bar and an open charcoal grill providing the platform for much of the cooking. There's a separate bar, Pisco, on site too. Its speciality? Pisco sours, of course. The food in the restaurant proper leads with ceviches and tiradito, with plates including ceviche de bergomata (wild sea bass with bergamot, choclo and plantain) or pez limon (yellowtail with dashi, truffle oil and chives). Quinoa salads, chicken tacos, Josper grilled sirloin steaks with chimichurri and duck breast with chifa vegetables and lucuma also feature. Keep an eye out for group, Sunday brunch, set lunch, tasting and seasonal menus, too.