For the reopening Friday, January 7, 2022 of its space upstairs Café Kitsuné Louvre inaugurates a new concept dedicated to amateurs of pastry, with the complicity of promising young talents
A coffee expert
An expert in specialty coffee, Café Kitsuné pays tribute to the pleasure of tasting quality coffee in iconic locations. Founded in 2013, Café Kitsuné brings together a collection of 18 addresses around the world, between Tokyo, Paris, Seoul, New York City and Beijing. A label that has become cult for an international community of specialty coffee lovers. In 2019, Café Kitsuné expanded its activities with roasting workshops, bars and restaurants. For the reopening on Friday January 7, 2022 of its space on the first floor of the Palais Royal, Café Kitsuné Louvre is inaugurating a new concept dedicated to pastry lovers, with the complicity of promising young talents or recognized signatures.
Kevin Lacote at Café Kitsuné
Each month, the classic and exclusive creations of a new pastry chef will enrich the Café Kitsuné menu. First to play the game, Kevin Lacote, pastry chef with a remarkable career. The young chef will offer a selection of his cult desserts to enjoy on the plate: a Mont-Blanc with blueberry confit and Swiss meringue, Alfonso, a revisited vanilla cheesecake with fresh mango confit and coconut crumble, and also a Paris- Brest with Iranian pistachios imagined, exclusively, for Café Kitsuné Louvre. And here is what the chef offers: Mont-Blanc with blueberry confit and Swiss meringue (€12), vanilla cheesecake with fresh mango confit (€12), extraordinary Paris-Brest with pistachio from Iran (€14) or hazelnut-praline shortbread (€5). Kevin Lacote will also offer a menu of travel cakes with a hazelnut and praline shortbread with “Café Kitsuné” and a soft almond and yuzu confit. Two exclusive recipes in the form of a nod to the emblematic flavors of Café Kitsuné drinks.
Kevin Lacote at Café Kitsuné Louvre 2 place André Malraux Paris