After conquering London and Dubai, Coya has chosen Paris--specifically Beaupassage, the pedestrian street famous for its fine cuisine--as the perfect place to create a multi-sensory experience for you.
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The trendy restaurant Coya has set up shop at the site of a former church in Paris at Beaupassage. Experience total immersion in Latin American culture in this riveting visual and culinary journey.

Once you step through the doors, you will find warm, inviting colours. Leather chairs await you while sculpted wood tables are ready to hold your dishes in a festive and friendly atmosphere. The fusion cuisine of British Indian chef Sanjay Dwivedi is a mix of traditional Peruvian cuisine with Japanese, Chinese, and Spanish touches. Ceviche, tiradito, tacos, and anticuchos are prepared in an open kitchen that will get your mouth watering as you wait. Nibble on shared plates of patatas bravas, fried calamari, and aubergines with sesame, finishing with the ever-important touch of sugar: churros you can dip in a chocolate sauce with dulce de leche and orange zest. It’s a real treat!

At the lounge bar on the first floor, you can sample cocktails made with Pisco, a Peruvian brandy. And if you just don’t want the night to end, try the signature cocktails as you listen to the DJ playing South American electronic music.

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83 rue du Bac
75007 Paris 7ème

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    Every day throughout the year. Closed Monday and Sunday.



    Spoken languages

    • French
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