The COYA is open 4 days/week - closed Mondays to Wednesday - The COYA restaurant will be closed the evening of Saturday 31 october.
Thursdays & sundays: Bar opens at 7 p.m. - Restaurant open from 7.30 p.m. to 11.30 p.m. Fridays & Saturdays: Bar opens at 7 p.m. - Restaurant open from 7.30 p.m. to midnight
- Sea view
Enjoy new exotic flavours in Monaco ! From May to October, the restaurant COYA Monte-Carlo, located just a stone’s throw from Jimmy'z and the Salle des Étoiles, will be elevating classic Peruvian dishes in a colourful and vibrant atmosphere with a superb sweeping view of the Mediterranean.
Fusion cuisine at COYA Monte-Carlo... At COYA Monte-Carlo, traditional furnishings and a Peruvian artisanal piquancy come together in a warm, vivid decor brimming with plants. The restaurant offers an alchemy of Peruvian fare enhanced by modern culinary techniques and delicate hints of Asian gastronomy. Naturally light and healthy food, prepared by Chef Fabrizzio Fossati.
It’s always fiesta time at COYA Monte-Carlo... Signature cocktails and excellent tequilas and rums are the norm at Pisco Bar & Lounge. A live DJ set adds to the lively atmosphere that is perfect for dancing. And if a quiet and intimate Latin American dinner is more to your liking, a private dining room offers calm even when the fiesta is at its peak.
A must-try: brunch at COYA... From June to August, the restaurant will be open for a colourful Sunday brunch. Champagne, wine or non-alcoholic beverages: choose from 3 all-you-can-drink options for 1.5 hours to go with the unlimited brunch buffet with an array of starters and main dishes: the sky’s the limit!
Chef Fabrizio Fossati was born and raised in the heart of Italy where is love for cuisine began. Watching his grandparents cook together was for him the start of everything. At the age of 18 Fabrizio decided to make it his career by starting in an Italian restaurant. His knowledge of cooking brought him to La Petite Maison in London then Dubaï, Not knowing it was going to be a key moment in his career. His thirst for knowledge then made him travel all around Spain to learn all the ingredients and tastes that are so typical of the Mediterranean cuisine. The Dogus group, owner of La petite Maison then called him to offer him a new adventure: COYA where he opened Angel court as Sous-Chef and now Monte- Carlo as Chef! A new story that can only predict a happy ending.