Coya Angel Court opened last month a short distance away from Bank tube station in London. In order to inject some Latin American culture into the London nightlife, the popular bar and restaurant has formed a partnership with Bacardi in order to offer a an exclusive pairing menu featuring a range of cocktails and Peruvian food. This experience is available only at the Rum Round Table at the Coya Angel Court.
The special table is open for reservation from six guests and while enjoying their time and the beautifully carved table, they will be treated to a tasting menu that has been designed from Coya’s tasty dishes that have been created by Sanjay Dwivedi, the Executive Chef. Each course of the tasting menu will be paired up with a complimenting cocktail that has been created with Bacardi Carta Blanca or the 8 year old Bacardi Carta Ocho.
Especially notable parts of this luxurious experience are the Valle de Pisco, which is a twist on the more classical Pisco Sour and has been made using Bacardi Carta Blanca, egg white, lemon juice, lychee juice, peach puree and Pisco Quebranta. This cocktail will be on offer alongside Peruvian delights such as the Calamares Frites con Octopa and the Gambs Anticucho.
This decadent experience at the Coya Angel Court first launched on the 10th of July. For those looking to enjoy the Latin American restaurant group’s food, atmosphere and service, the 170 cover Angel Court restaurant and bar is also available. The restaurant was designed by the London based firm Sagrada, who also designs all of the Coya venues globally.
Coya the restaurant brand is known for being able to infuse Latin American culture and atmosphere into their locations as they merge in art, music and culture to their restaurants and bars. The company has a specialist art collective that frequalty holds programmes and pop-up exhibitions in order to bring more art and culture into their sites.