Saint-Tropez is playing host to the first ever Louis Vuitton restaurant where beautiful and delicious dishes showcase the art of dining.
As the weather heats up in the South of France so is the list of musts of things to see and experience, and on top of that oh so glamorous list is a reservation at the very first ever Louis Vuitton restaurant. It is in the White 1921 Hotel in Saint-Tropez that the French fashion house is unveiling its first venture into the culinary world, and with chef Mory Sacko at the helm, it promises to be a mouthwatering experience. Drawing inspiration from African and Japanese cuisine mixed in with gourmet French influences, the menu is a foodie's dream come true with eggplant tacos and oeufs misonnaise, a nod to the classic oeufs mayonnaise but with a dash of miso, only some of the delectable offerings to be sampled. Mory Sacko at Louis Vuitton is not only a treat for the palate but it is also a feast for the eyes with the dishes beautifully presented in a décor peppered with the fashion house's instantly recognisable monogram.