Peruvian-inspired Coya opens in Abu Dhabi

Coya has announced the official opening date of their second UAE location

Peruvian-inspired dishes at Coya Abu Dhabi.
Peruvian-inspired dishes at Coya Abu Dhabi.

The restaurant serving Peruvian-inspired cuisine will open its doors from 12:30pm until 11pm in The Galleria at Maryah Island, Abu Dhabi on March 15, 2017.

Coya Abu Dhabi features a split-level design with private dining section and an intimate dining room for 12, which boasts its own private entrance and elevator, making it ideal for small events and gatherings.

The restaurant will be open Monday to Saturday and will offer a special set lunch menu during the week (Monday to Thursday) from 12:30pm to 3:30pm while the a la carte menu will be available throughout the day. Coya Abu Dhabi's Friday brunch will launch in Abu Dhabi on 31 March 2017 and will be served from 12:30pm to 4pm with Coya Dubai’s resident Latin American band making their way to the capital to provide live-music for the event.

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Coya Abu Dhabi’s management team said in statement, “The Coya team is thrilled to be opening Coya Abu Dhabi in order to serve our loyal guests from all over the UAE. We never dreamed the success of Coya Dubai would transcend emirates the way it has which has made the anticipation for this latest milestone in the journey of the Coya brand so exciting.”

 

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