Travel, Tourism & Hospitality

Coya Abu Dhabi reopens its doors

In light of the recent announcement by Abu Dhabi’s Department of Culture and Tourism to allow establishments to reopen to the public, Coya Abu Dhabi has announced it will be reopening its doors from May 28.
While the essence of Coya remains unchanged, there have been a few changes to the dining experience.
To bring back the Peruvian twist, Coya has curated a special set lunch menu that features classic dishes such as Papa Y Pollo (grilled chicken, bell pepper, huayro potato and botija olive) and Arroz Nikkei (Chilean sea bass, rice, lime and chilli). Priced at AED130 ($35.3) per person, guests will be provided with a choice of  one main dish and two appetizers from Coya’s selection. The set menu is available to order from 12PM to 3:30PM.
Alcohol will be served to diners at all times, however the bar counter will not be available for guests.
In accordance with the UAE government’s health and safety measures, team members will be adhering to the strictest measures of cleanliness and precautions for the safety of guests. This includes wearing gloves and masks, social distancing measures between the tables, and use of disposable glasses and cutlery at all times.
Coya will welcome guests from 12PM to 7PM. However, due to social distancing measures, only four guests per table are allowed and the venue capacity is limited to 50 persons at any time.
"We look forward to welcoming our guests looking for their Coya fix. Our Coya2U delivery service remains in operation for guests looking to enjoy the experience from the comfort of their homes," the restaurant said in a statement. - TradeArabia News Service