L’Apogée Courchevel is set to launch its new Koori Japanese restaurant this 2015-2016 winter. Supervised by Executive Chef Jean-Luc Lefrançois and pastry chef Eve Moncorger, Koori restaurant is a continuation of the success achieved last season.
The Koori restaurant can host up to 50 seats and offers authentic, refined and inventive Japanese cuisine. A theatrical double staircase leads to the restaurant’s dining room. In the centre, surrounded by a wine cellar displaying Jeroboams, sits a marble counter topped with two huge glass candle holders created for the Barcelona 1992 Olympics. Koori restaurant is a friendly place to journey to the heart of Japan.
Executive Chef Jean-Luc Lefrançois presents a varied menu embellished with delicious creations, in particular ‘The Koori Carpaccio’ or ‘Black cod in miso sauce’, along with a selection of sushi and other Japanese specialties. In synergy with the Chef, Pastry chef, Eve Moncorger, offers a menu of sweet delicacies, including ‘Pearls of Japan in coconut milk with fresh mango cubes’ – not to be missed!
Beverage lovers will enjoy discovering the fabulous selection of sakes and varied tea collection in a warm and elegant atmosphere in plush surroundings created from fine materials by renowned designer Joseph Dirand.
A full experience of pure delight!
The Koori restaurant is open every evening from 11 December 2015 to 02 April 2016.