C&C gets the Latin look for Coya

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C&C finished works at Coya Angel Court within 1 month.

C&C Catering Equipment has completed a project at Coya Angel Court in London, a restaurant bringing Latin America to the heart of the capital.

The venue required catering facilities to offer traditional Peruvian cooking amongst a contemporary cuisine, as part of a fast-track scheme.

Following a meeting with chef Sanjay Dwivedi towards the end of 2016, C&C was invited to work on the project by Cotton Thompson Cole and asked to complete the works within 1 month. With the team starting at the scheme on 21 March, a fast-track programme was put in place to ensure client expectations were met, with project completion on 7 April.

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Due to the size and offerings of the restaurant, food preparation and cooking spread over three kitchens, with C&C completing works in the bar area and stores, main kitchen, prep areas and fish prep area, dishwash area and the main coldroom. Brands used at the project included C&C Catering Fabrications, Nayati, Foster, Rational, Genfrost fridges, Mechline, EPAS, Gamko and Hoshizaki.

Installations director Mark Roxburgh commented: “Coya has been a fantastic project to work on, and we’re delighted to have been involved with another impressive restaurant scheme in the capital. Naturally there were some challenges concerning the fast-track nature of the works, but we are pleased to have delivered the project on time, and we’re proud of the end result.”

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