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Koori Japanese Restaurant To Launch This Winter At L’Apogée Courchevel

October 8, 2015 Dining No Comments Print Print Email Email

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.

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