From Sunday, July 1 to Sunday, September 30
From 19h00 to 01h00
- Sea view
Enjoy new gourmet flavours exclusively 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 ambience 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 and 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 October, 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! After brunch, keep the party going at the pool party at Jimmy’z.
Growing up in Italy had a lot to do with Fabrizio Fossati’s love of cooking.
Seeing his grandparents cook together every day was his happy place and where his lifelong passion began. When he turned 18, Fabrizio decided to make cooking his life and started his career in an Italian restaurant. A short time later, his talent led him to a world-renowned restaurant, La Petite Maison in London, then to Dubai. Little did he know that this would be a turning point in his career. Driven by his thirst for knowledge, he travelled across Spain looking for typical Mediterranean flavours. That’s when the Dogus Group, which owned La Petite Maison, contacted him with a new proposition: COYA. Chef Fossati opened the Angel Court site as a sous-chef and finally COYA Monte-Carlo as a chef!
The rest of this wonderful tale is history, and the future looks brighter than ever.