At the Mory Sacko at Louis Vuitton restaurant, Japanese cuisine will take on a new face with African and French flavors.
Louis Vuitton, who directs the world fashion, continues to accelerate its investments in the field of hotel management and food and beverage. While the Maison’s Cheval Blanc Hotel, which was opened in Paris last year, is still being talked about, the brand added a new one its list last Friday evening. The group started its official activities in the field of food and beverage with the first restaurant it opened in Japan in 2020. This new venue named Mory Sacko at Louis Vuitton in Saint Tropez is the first Louis Vuitton restaurant in France and the second in the world.
The kitchen of the restaurant, which started to host its guests on the terrace of the White 1921 Hotel, will be managed by Mory Sacko, the famous French chef of West African origin, who also gave the place its name. The Michelin-starred chef is also the creator of the famous MoSuke restaurant in Paris. The restaurant, which draws attention with its vegetarian-oriented menu, where only 40 people can dine at the same time, is decorated with pieces from Louis Vuitton’s Objets Nomades collection. We can say that the restaurant, which is a candidate to be the most popular place in Europe this summer, has already entered the to-do list of those who will travel to Southern France at number one. Located in the heart of Saint Place des Lices, Mory Sacko at Louis Vuitton will serve every day between 12.30-24.00.