Looking for something different this weekend? How does a Peruvian brunch sound? Coya brings the spirit of South America to the heart of London. Located in Mayfair, hotspot Coya serves a delicious unique Sunday brunch menu.
From £36 per person, eleven small plates and one centrepiece main will be delivered, a lovely blend of bracing, zesty morsels like ceviche and baby squid, and smoky beasts like pork ribs and spicy beef fillet. We particularly love the bottomless Pisco Sours for £20 per person.
Showcasing the best of Latin American culture, Coya restaurant sits on Piccadilly overlooking Green Park. Both Hyde Park Corner and Green Park tube stations are a short stroll away.
118 Piccadilly, London, W1J 7NW
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