The Peruvian restaurant is welcoming visitors to come and enjoy the best of fine dining in Abu Dhabi.
Abu Dhabi’s Department of Culture and Tourism’s recent announcement that establishments can now begin to reopen has seen a flurry of restaurants across the capital begin to unlock their doors.
And it’s making our eyes bigger than our belly. COYA Abu Dhabi is just one to take down the shutters and is now serving those famed Peruvian dishes daily from 12 pm till 7 pm.
To kick it off, their talented chefs have rustled up a special set lunch menu that features classics like Papa Y Pollo (grilled chicken, bell pepper, huayro potato and botija olive) and Arroz Nikkei (Chilean sea bass, rice, lime and chilli).
Served 12 pm to 3 pm, the set lunch will set you back just AED 130, which we think is great for this level of restaurant, plus have you seen those views from the dining area?
While restaurants are opening up again, precautions are still in place, and that makes perfect sense.
Diners at Coya Abu Dhabi will need to wear gloves and masks, there’ll be social distancing measures between the tables, and the use of disposable glasses and cutlery at all times.
But if you still want to stay home, you can still savour the restaurant’s delights by ordering from the COYA2U delivery service that you find on Deliveroo straight to your door. To book a table, call 02 306 7000.
For more information, visit www.coyarestaurant.com