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COYA Angel Court

Restaurants, Peruvian City of London
4 out of 5 stars
COYA Angel Court

Time Out says

4 out of 5 stars

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A City branch of the swanky Latin American restaurant.

Coya’s theatrical new City location is a swanky Latin American joint with three open kitchens, multiple dining rooms and curtains that section off private tables. It was Friday night, the music was thumping and slightly elevator-ish, and the colourful dining room was full of first dates and client dinners.

The chefs have nailed Peruvian sashimi: it’s the star of the ceviche bar. Salmon peruano was wonderfully fresh and artfully plated with yuzu, fish roe and a smudge of spicy purple corn. Other small plates, such as celeriac tacos with winter truffle, or Chilean sea bass croquettes, were also excellent.

The rib-eye steak also came as a small plate, so it was expensive for the size, but absolutely delicious: tender and salty with a zesty spoonful of chimichurri on the side. A kale and manchego salad with candied walnuts was the perfect accompaniment. Dessert was a different story. I took a risk and ordered the Sundae de Maiz – a corn sundae with sweetcorn ice cream, crushed cookies and pineapple foam. It was literally a soggy biscuit.

The food at Coya is mostly first-rate, but you’ve been warned: this is pricy stuff. Also, the staff were hugely welcoming but tried to upsell constantly. But if you steer clear of gimmicks and choose your small plates wisely, you’ll have a great night. Or wait until payday. Then order that salmon.

COYA Angel Court says
A stone’s throw away from Bank station in the heart of the city of London, here at COYA Angel Court we invite you into a world inspired by the flavours and colours of Incan heritage and Latin American culture.

By: Kelly Pigram



Address: 31 Throgmorton Street
Transport: Tube: Bank
Price: Dinner for two with drinks and service: around £140.
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