While Dubai boasts dining options from every culture under the sun, the opening of London’s famous Coya restaurant on Jumeirah Beach Road means the first time Peruvian food has entered the local scene at that level. Although the Andes Mountains are thousands of miles away, Coya Dubai brings traditional Incan pleasures to the Middle East with a delectable menu and an ambient atmosphere.
In keeping with traditional Peruvian abodes, the interior of the restaurant is decorated with Incan gilding, traditional mud botija-lined walls, and a corridor filled with colonial-era treasures. Patrons can enjoy an array of mouth-watering ceviches, tiraditos (sliced raw fish), and anticuchos (grilled skewers of fish, meat, and vegetables) in the restaurant or cocktails at the Pisco Bar and Lounge.
Coya Dubai will also host live music and a variety of displays by established photographers, artists, illustrators, sculptors, and poets, which will rotate throughout the year. For an immersive cultural experience you won’t soon forget, make a point to book a table at Coya Dubai in the Four Seasons Resort when the restaurant opens at the end of this year.