The perfect prize for avocado lovers! Experience the delicious flavour and versatility of the foodies’ favourite fruit, the Peruvian Hass, during a meal for two at Coya London.
The Hass variety of avocado is the most popular in the world. They are oval shaped with knobbly-textured, purplish-black skin. They’re rich in fibre, lower bad cholesterol, gluten free, dairy free, vegan, vegetarian and cholesterol-free. They can even be used as part of your beauty regime.
Our friends at Peruvian Trade & Investment Office would like to offer you the opportunity to taste Peruvian Hass avocados for yourself and where better than an awesome London restaurant.
Coya Restaurant aims to bring the spirit of Latin America to the heart of London in a modern Peruvian restaurant. Chefs will entertain as food is prepared in one of three open kitchens; the Ceviche Bar, the open charcoal grill and the central kitchen. The menu at Coya keeps traditional elements of Peruvian cooking alive whilst creating a contemporary cuisine for a London clientele.
So what are you waiting for? Simply enter the competition below for your chance to win!
Competition closes at 23:59 on 9th October 2015.
T’s & C’s
This is a free, no purchase necessary competition open to UK residents aged 18 and over. Competition opens on 25.09.15 and closes at midnight on 09.10.15. Answers received after the closing date will not be considered. The prize is 1 meal for 2 people at Coya, London. Prize worth £150. The winner will be randomly selected from the entries received. They will be notified of their win by email and will need to respond with their contact details within 5 days – name, address, phone number, email address. The winner will need to book their reservation with the restaurant directly 1 month before and specify that they are the competition winner. The prize will expire on 09.10.16. The Tasting Britain Team’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. By entering this competition, you are agreeing that your data may be used by Tasting Britain or the Peruvian Trade & Investment Office , but will not be passed to any other organisations.