Olivier Flamant, Chief Executive Officer at COYA, the restaurant group with locations in London, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Monte Carlo and who has worked with Studio 54’s Ian Schrager, has recently inaugurated COYA in Paris.
Located within the Beaupassage in a former 700 sqm church, COYA is the first restaurant in France. As for the décor, the place will be inspired – like its siblings – by “the South-American culture and the Inka heritage” with a colorful atmosphere thought up on two stories.
Said to feature 130 seats, Coya restaurant in Paris will also feature a ceviche counter, a Pisco Bar & Lounge and a terrace. Coya stands out thanks to traditional Peruvian cuisine twisted with south American, Chinese and Japanese influences
Ceviche, tacos, charcoal grilled pieces of meat, Peruvian sashimi are just some of the dishes, the entire menu being created by Coya legendary chef, Sanjay Dwivedi. As for the beverages, enjoy some pisco sour twisted with lavender, passion fruit, peach, apricot, strawberry and mint, raspberry, pineapple or even lemongrass.
Coya Paris will provide a genuine immersive cultural experience with Latino music, dance and even art performances.
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