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Beef cheek stew, Ras el hanout spice, red wine, carrots and potatoes.
Adventurous Cromer foodies head to Coya on Carawa Road for degustation delights with a Middle Eastern twist. A happily buzzing interior vibe awaits diners as they stop by for a leisurely brunch or dinner, at blond wood tables under vibrant yellow pendulum lights and richly toned brown feature walls, softened by splashes of greenery. Expect to indulge all your senses, taking time to savour each dish before eagerly anticipating the next, with entrée dishes such as King prawns, sumac, piquillo pepper puree and raspberry vinaigrette; followed by mains of forbidden black rice, confit pulled duck Maryland, mushroom, tomato and red wine, or perhaps Moroccan spiced goat tagine and French puy lentils. For a sweet finish, dive into a dessert of chickpea pavlova, whipped coconut cloud and rhubarb.
61-63 Carawa Road, Cromer 2099 NSW - See Map
Souvlaki-Style Lamb Back Strap - Chef Recipe by Ashraf Saleh
Inspired by the flavours of the world, East meets West in this delicious lamb recipe paired with egg...
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Seats: 20 Chef: Ashraf Saleh