MTN Leak: A Peruvian fiesta

Leak went from dining with Santander's “Latin Kings” last week to trying the new branch of Peruvian restaurant Coya in the City with some of the peeps from TD Securities.

  • By Sharon Kits Kimathi
  • 15 Jun 2017

Although Sameer Rehman was absent, we found out from our dining companions Paul Eustace and Mark Byrne that, despite our Peruvian surroundings, the general trend on the TD desk is for culinary conservatism.

Unfortunately for Mark, most of the starters available were the cold raw fish dish ceviche

“Just cooked ...

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