Coya Peruvian Secret
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Tue 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM$3 beers and live music at our charming patio with colorful lights.
Filet Mignon stir fried with red onions + tomatoes + soy sauce + ginger, aji. Served with garlic rice & French fries. Best paired with San Simeon Cabernet Sauvignon
5 Ounces Filet Mignon
Chef's selection of classic Peruvian hot pockets. Ask for today specials. Three side sauces Huancaina + Ocopa + salsa criolla
The food is excellent, authentic Peruvian with Asian fusion. Wine list acceptable. Tried all the seafood plates and salads. Didn’t try the meat plates but they looked very good. Deserts: tried the tres leches and the Lucuma flan. Both were good. Servers are good but not enough of them. Evening hostess was awful.
Just what I was expecting! Great food and chill!
Wonderful restaurant !!!
We ordered the lomo saltado and ceviche. It was absolutely delicious. We also asked for no onions and they were able to accommodate us. Not to mention the delicious sangria. Love the garden feel. Loved the experience, service and food!
We love it here so much! Best restaurant in Del Mar and top in San Diego! Lucas is our incredible server and Maria the owner is wonderful! The ambience and environment is fabulous so quaint and adorable. We frequent here often and will continue to do so! 😍😍😍
Coya Peruvian Secret. Cozy patio and street side dining in Old Del Mar. Interesting menu of Peruvian classics. We shared the Ceviche Mixto (fish of the day, scallops, shrimp, a single mussel), served in a large flat bowl, enough for two, and a good value at $21 but it was a little too spicy and citrusy for our tastes. The ground beef empanada, a good starter at $11, came with three sauces on the side. We tried the Lomo Saltado, $24, ostensibly filet mignon cooked with red onions, tomatoes, soy sauce and ginger, with garlic rice and fries. Our three chunks of beef were dry and didn’t quite seem like filet. Excellent service by our waiter (“Ezau” on the receipt but I think he said “Lucas”), a university grad from Spain with flawless English who knew the menu well. Short but interesting wine list, imports, and domestics. Corkage, $20.
Great Hidden Gem! Great food!
The new server did not know much about different dishes to explain them.
Lamb and pork belly dishes were great! Service was good. Patio seating - ground was dirty, table was very sticky, menu paper got stuck on it. Menu font was very tiny, very difficult to read.
The service was extremely slow and Maria was not engaged at all. She made us feel as if she did not care at all about us being in her restaurant. We are Peruvian and will not return.
Authentic. Delicious. Unique.
As someone who lived for an extended period of time in Perú, I would say this is most classic representation of Peruvian cuisine I’ve experienced in the United States. While the food was not inexpensive, it could be considered a value. The execution was close to perfect. The only dish they could have used any improvement was a lamb stew, which may have been cooked a tad too long. They incorporate traditional ingredients into their dishes that are imported from Peru and difficult to find in the America market.
The space is cozy and quirky - the seating area is mostly in a patio space out front of the restaurant decorated with colorful Christmas lights. We sat on a back patio which is a joined to a boutique hotel. The service was attentive and cordial, we had a nice chat with the owner Maria and discussed Peruvian cuisine. Upon finishing our conversation it was clear how legit this place is.
Coya is does not sit amongst the trendy, over-hyped restaurants of the Delmar Plaza to the north - this is a good thing. As a person who has spent time in the country of the cuisine, and also an extensive period of time in the restaurant business (as had my guest), I can definitively say this is one of the most interesting restaurants in the area.
The food had good flavor, but arrived cold. We had a large party and the service was extremely slow. Unfortunately we only saw one server, so perhaps a victim of COVID and the difficulty of getting jobs filled. I will try again as I feel it had really great potential with the right staff.
Cute place. Amazing food.
Flavors were incredible. Such a hidden gem.
The food was farm fresh, exceedingly well prepared and seasoned and tasted amazing.
Perfect 🤩 and thank you for the great experience!! Sooo good we ate 2 nights in a row ❤️
Bad service, horrible food and dirty tables and establishment.
This has been my favorite neighborhood restaurant for years.
Try the ravioli with green sauce- I usually can't make myself order anything else.
Beef ribs were a little dry (but the sauce was wonderful). They took the ribs off the check!
Only improvement I'd suggest is to warm the plates (but they'll do it if you ask).
The very first place that any out-of-town visitors want to go.
We enjoyed the meal - ceviche, lomo saltado and fish of day were excellent as was the flan. The pisco sour, a must. Maria was a delight but was covering the entire restaurant, a bit much for one server. Outdoor seating on sidewalk - little ambiance and some noise. We’ll be back often.
Best meal we've had in San Diego...and I've lived here for 30 years. It was delicious!!!
Delicious food, the absolute best I’ve had in San Diego by far! The ceviche was heavenly!
The location was good. Food was average.. I have definitely had more savory other Peruvian restaurants. Service was slow as they didn't seem to have enough help. Our waiter was super nice, but obviously over busy
Fresh delicious cuisine, quiet, festive ambiance
Good neighborhood spot. Very good food and reasonable prices. Service could use some polish.
The food is spectacular, the service terrible.
We had a lovely late lunch enjoying beef empanadas and lomo saltado. Service was excellent and the overall vibe and ambience really special. Thank you!
Good food. Had to sit outside at the high-top tables.
This was our second visit to this place and we were impressed again. Food was really good! We started with the empanadas as an appetizer, I had the lobster ravioli special, and my wife had the Aji de Pollo and everything was very good. My wife also tried the sangria and it was dangerously good! Haha. Mainly patio seating here and it was cool and misting during our date, but the heaters kept us warm enough. I love the lights and the ambience. Definitely a funky place with great food.
Shoved in a corner. Waitress came twice. So disappointed we ended up getting food to go. The empanada was over cooked and dry. The lomo saltado tasted like nothing but soy sauce. Beet salad was delicious.
Everything was great!! Meal and service were outstanding!
It was very nice. Kind of chilly, but they had heat lamps out which helped. The good was delicious and our server was great! He was a nice guy who was very attentive and helpful throughout our entire dining experience.
Great food, and service! Their ceviche is probably one of the best ai have ever had.
As always great food and service
My favorite neighborhood restaurant.
a not so hidden gem in Del Mar. Food is amazing, so much flavors!
Amazing foods, amazing service, amazing taste, cozy beautiful nice place like a small cottage, will definitely go back!
Our server forgot to tell us there were specials, which sounded very good from what we overheard from other tables after we ordered!
Comfortable patio for outdoor (Covid) dining. Food was very tasty, with good portions, & service was prompt.
Coya Peruvian Secret ofrece comida para llevar que se puede pedir llamando al restaurante al (858) 792-0821.
Coya Peruvian Secret tiene una calificación de 4.4 estrellas de 454 comensales de OpenTable.
Sí, generalmente puedes reservar en este restaurante eligiendo la fecha, la hora y el tamaño de grupo en OpenTable. Debido a las restricciones locales, puede que este restaurante no acepte reservaciones en este momento.