As the summer season begins, the world-famous fashion brand Louis Vuitton opens its first restaurant in France today. The restaurant, which will be opened under the name “Mory Sacko at Louis Vuitton” in Saint Tropez, one of the most touristic regions of France, will offer the opportunity to dine outdoors with a capacity of 40 people. The menu of the restaurant, which will be managed by Mory Sacko, the chef of the Michelin-starred MoSuke restaurant in Paris, will feature African and Japanese delicacies.

The restaurant to be opened in Sain Tropez is Louis Vuitton’s second restaurant after the restaurant opened in Osaka in 2020. The famous brand also opened a pop-up restaurant in Seoul last month, run by Korean-born French chef Pierre Sang Boyer, which closed last week.



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