The Coya restaurant opened in the Miami financial district in May 2015. It features diverse South American food and culture. Customers dine in a modern atmosphere surrounded by Latin art, culture, and music. They have shared plates the offer a chance to eat in a community atmosphere and share different dishes with friends and family. The restaurant is based on successful models in London and Dubai. It serve only dinner and is a popular restaurant to dine at in Miami.
The restaurant has art exhibits of well known local artist in the community. They feature street artists, photographers, pop art, to tradition art displays. The restaurant has four annual parties each year that celebrate the culture of South America. Each celebrates different seasons of the year.
La Noche Blanca celebrates the arrival of summer with delicious food and drink. El Dia De Los Muerto celebrates Halloween or when the dead come alive. Their celebration has traditional South American festivities, vibrant costumes, and food. Ano Nuevo celebrates the New Year and the Incan Way of celebrating.
Diverse Food and Drink at Coya
The dinner menu features some delicious appetizers to begin the meal. Start with a blend of rock shrimp, lime and hot chili pepper sauce made from aji rocoto or salmon tacos with tomato and avocado. They have a large choice of delicious salads designed to be shared. Try the Chilean sea bass with garlic and chives, quiona salad with cilantro, mint and cucumbers or snow crab salad with Yukon gold potatoes, apple, and Peruvian olives.
The menu at Coya features several different Tiraditos and Ceviche dishes that are raw cut fish with spicy sauces and flavoring. These dishes demonstrate the Japanese influence on Peruvian cooking. There are chef specials that will satisfy any palate. Yellowtail, with avocado, jalapeno, and lime cream or duck spring roll spring with onions, cucumber, are popular selections.
- Allyu Hour- It is the Happy Hour at the bar during weekdays from 5 to 8 p.m. All cocktails $7 and a wide variety of Latin appetizers are served.
- Cocktails-The bar serves a wide variety of mixed cocktails created by the staff. Many are made of tropical fruits, herbs, and juices. They make tradition drinks too.
- Wines-They serve all type of wine for every taste from many different countries. They have red, white, rose, chablis, sparkling wines, sherry, sake, sold by glass or bottle.
More About the Menu at Coya
The menu features Anticuchos or beef, chicken, seafood, and vegetables marinated in vinegar and spices. This is a popular South American selection. The menu is ala carte and popular main entrees are Cornish game hen, skirt steak, pork back ribs, beef tenderloin, and lamb chops. Popular seafood dishes are Chilean sea bass and salmon.
Side dishes that go well with your meal are grilled asparagus with tomato dressing, sweet potato with soy and chili glaze, or rice with sweet corn and garlic. Don’t forget to try their home made dessert ice cream, coconut cheesecake or key lime tart. When you
visit Miami the Coya Restaurant is a restaurant you must try. Whether your staying at luxury hotels Miami Florida or Miami FL vacation rentals this restaurant will dazzle your taste buds.