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Louis Vuitton opens first restaurant in SEA

The restaurant is a creative collaboration with legendary chef Gaggan Anand.

Louis Vuitton has ventured into the food and beverage sector of Southeast Asia with the launch of its restaurant, Gaggan at Louis Vuitton, in Thailand.

A creative collaboration between the Maison and the legendary chef Gaggan Anand, the restaurant offers a vibrant menu with Anand’s ingenious take on Indian cuisine.

With a bespoke menu, customers can enjoy a feast from an eight-course lunch for $110.62 (THB 4,000) to an all-out of a 17-course dinner for $221.24 (THB 8,000), as well as wine-pairing starts for $96.79 (THB 3,500).

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Customers can also book a private dining room for a minimum spending of over $2765.49 (THB 100,000) from 18:00 to 20:30.

Gaggan at Louis Vuitton is located over the revamped Gaysorn Amarin in Ratchaprasong, Bangkok, over the city’s most vibrant shopping destination.

In addition, Louis Vuitton has also opened its first café, Le Cafè Louis Vuitton, in Bangkok.

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