COYA Mykonos

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With top restaurants already established in Paris, London, Dubai, and Abu Dhabi, COYA has decided to bring its famous contemporary Peruvian Cuisine to Mykonos. With influences from Spanish, Japanese and Chinese cuisine, COYA has created a totally unique experience. Located in the heart of Mykonos town, the design of the restaurant is luxurious and contemporary and includes an open-air dining area, which is our favourite place to eat. Coya will be hottest tickets in town for the 2021 season, it’s perfect for that special celebration with a group of friends.

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COYA’s menu is irresistible with vibrant, colourful Peruvian dishes that are perfect for sharing. Highlights include the Atún Chifa Ceviche (Yellowfin tuna, soy, sesame seeds, shrimp cracker), Gambas a la Chalaca Tiraditos (Josper tiger prawns, coconut, aji amarillo) and the Chuletas de Borrego (Lamb chops, crushed aubergine, garlic chips). If you have a sweet tooth, we recommend the Ganache de Caramelo (Salted caramel ganache, pisco, raspberry sorbet).

There are two Pisco bars and lounges so arrive early (or stay late) to enjoy their cocktails and in house DJ. It seems obligatory to start with a Pisco Sour which can be infused with exciting ingredients, such as Blueberry and Lavender Cherry or Strawberry and Mint Kumquat. From their signature cocktails the Agua de Leche shouldn’t be missed, a heady combination of tequila, mezcal, coconut rum, pineapple and passion fruit.

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