Louis Vuitton has wandered into the food and refreshment area with its first ever bistro and eatery, Le Café V and Sugalabo V.
Situated in Osaka, Japan, both the bistro and café is said to include dishes from celebrated cook Yosuke Suga, who was previously the protégé of the amazing, 32-Michelin star gourmet specialist, Joël Robuchon. Le Café V is situated on the top (fourth) floor of the store, where mixed drinks are to be served on an outside patio — ideal for customers who need a little R and R post-or mid-shopping binge.
The eatery, Sugalabo V, opens just for supper and is an idea of Chef Suga’s widely praised, restricted seating café of a similar name in Tokyo. Behind a bunch of speakeasy entryways, Louis Vuitton’s eatery includes an open kitchen, planned with smooth embellishments and warm woods, unmistakably LV.
Louis Vuitton has cooperated with Tokujin Yoshioka, a maker for the design house’s furnishings and travel-enlivened embellishments assortment to add the completing subtleties to the space. Yoshioka is known for his contemporary, nature-propelled pieces, fitting for the style of the new eatery and bistro. The inside, planned by Jun Aoki, is intended to look like a boat skimming on water, with faint tokens of surging sails.
Look at the principal look inside Sugalabo V and Le Café V above.