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The Café Llorca in Monaco, concept cuisine at cafe prices

1 March 2011 1,927 views No Comment

After the Negresco in Nice, the Moulin de Mougins, the Belles Rives in Juan les Pins, and his eponymous restaurant at La Colle-sur-loup, the Chef with two Michelin stars invites us at his southern French table in Monaco with a refined and fresh cuisine.

Ideally situated in the heart of the Larvotto, the Café Llorca, has been named after the French star Chef Alain Llorca, and opened its doors on 15th December 2010 on the 1st floor of the Grimaldi Forum Monaco replacing the Karément nightclub.

The Official Opening, inaugurated by H.S.H Prince Albert II of Monaco, took place with the presence of the owner of the Café Llorca Monaco Fabrice Lavergne, president of the group Pavillon, and Alain Llorca, along with the 650 invited guests including Sylvie Biancheri, CEO of the Grimaldi Forum Monaco.

This new restaurant aims to democratize high gastronomy, the Chef proposes a weekly sunny menu with a dish of the day between 15 and 20 euros, a concept of affordable gastronomy to enjoy in an elegant and friendly bistro offering high quality cuisine using market products.

Situated at 10 avenue Princesse Grace, this classy café is divided between an interior bar with two restaurant areas, a lounge, and a VIP space for private and professional meetings. Café Llorca spreads over 1000m² including a great 220m² panoramic terrace where the outdoor bar has been designed overlooking the Mediterranean sea. The renowned architect at the helm of the project, Jean-Michel Wilmotte, has created a contemporary atmosphere based on the theme of the olive within a stylish and elegant woodwork and stoned decor.

Café Llorca Monaco opens daily from Monday to Saturday until 6pm and in the evening only for private parties.

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