A plant-based lunch experience in Dubai you need to try
Business lunches are our new favourite deals to take advantage of in Dubai – and there’s plenty on offer at some of our favourite restaurants right now.
However, there’s very few which cater to plant-based eaters. Luckily, one of the most sought after lunch spots in the emirate is here to help as they now have a fully vegan menu.
Peruvian eatery Coya Dubai launched its fully vegan menu for customers last month and it brings some of its signature plant-based dishes to the forefront with some fabulous flavours of Latin America.
Mouthwatering mains include Papa Seca Coliflor (Peruvian dried potato, cauliflower, celeriac, aji amarillo), Esparragos a la Brasa (grilled asparagus, tomato dressing) and Broccoli (sprouting broccoli, sesame seeds).
The lunch deal costs Dhs270 and includes one starter and one main, there’s also separate packages offered for drinks.
According to Coya Middle East’s general manager Stefano Pizzini the launch of the new menu was due to so many requests for vegan dishes.
“Since many of our guests increasingly seek out plant-based dining treats, we have devised a unique menu to meet their needs at COYA Dubai,” he said. “Whether they are looking for healthier eating or wish to comply with cultural dietary guidelines, there is something for everyone as part of a COYA Dubai dinner.”
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