Dinner at Louis Vuitton's First-Ever Restaurant Starts at $275 USD
Sugalabo V will only seat a handful of guests each night.
Sugalabo V, an offshoot of chef Yosuke Suga‘s invitation-only Tokyo restaurant of the same name, will serve only a handful of guests each night and likely operate according to a similar, impossible-to-get-in protocol — currently, its reservation page encourages prospective diners to “favorite” the establishment and wait for a notification from the restaurant. The page also reveals that Suga’s dinner tasting menu begins at 30,000 JPY (approximately $275 USD).
Le Café V, located on the top floor of Louis Vuitton’s Osaka store, offers a more casual experience. An airy cocktail bar is complemented by an outdoor terrace where visitors can unwind post-shopping spree. The space is outfitted with pieces from the maison’s Objets Nomades furniture collection, which includes futuristic egg-shaped chairs suspended from the ceiling.
Check out photos of Louis Vuitton’s Sugalabo V and Le Café V in the gallery above. Both the café and restaurant are slated to open February 1.