From the dishes to the décor, COYA Monte-Carlo fulfils its promise to transport its guests to Latin America. For its reopening on 4 April, it is unveiling some brand new dishes and two fresh menus featuring four exquisite courses. Make way for a new menu
Chef Fabrizio Fossati says that the 2019 menu is inspired by a combination of South American traditions and Mediterranean flavours. “The south of France has some fantastic products. The vegetables, such as the tomatoes and artichokes, are simply delicious. The fish is extremely delicate and very high quality, particularly the sea bass.”
Among the creations diners will be able to try is the citrus sole. “The fish is marinated in lemon and lime and grilled on the robata, a Japanese barbecue. Then it’s spiced with aji Amarillo, a yellow Peruvian chilli, and glazed with mirin, a Japanese sweet rice wine.” The COYA Monte-Carlo experience is a wonderful sensory journey. Last year two signature dishes were particularly popular with local and international guests: the Arroz Nikkei, made with Chilean sea bass, and the mouth-watering spicy beef.
The eatery, whose philosophy is based on sharing, also boasts an extensive cocktail menu and its famous Pisco Bar.
“COYA Monte-Carlo is more than a restaurant, it’s a place for celebration,” adds Fabrizio Fossati. “Dining with us is an unforgettable experience because everything connects, from the food to the music and décor. We bring joy to people with the spirit of COYA, which is what sets us apart.