Loulou's coming to the South of France

Loulou in Saint-Tropez

The famous and delicious french restaurant located in the Jardin des Tuileries in Paris is opening on the beach of Pampelonne this summer.

As it is in Paris, the restaurant will be chic and easy-going, fresh and elegant. From its decoration to the restaurant’s clientele and ambiance it is a perfect match for Loulou to set foot in the French Riviera.

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Sunny cuisine

Benoit Dargère the executive chef of Loulou, as well as Monsieur Bleu and Girafe, chose a southern sunny cuisine, generous, friendly, simple and expressive. A mix of products from Italy, Sicily and South of France : starters, salads, pizzas, pasta, meat, fish, sharing dishes and deserts. The perfect dishes for a summer lunch !

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Photo credit : ©Amaury Brac

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Photo credit : ©Amaury Brac

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The wine menu has more than one hundred references. From France, Corsica and Italy, carefully picked for wine lovers. Lest we not forget the cocktails, big, fresh and fruity !

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What you need to know

Loulou Ramatuelle will be open 7/7 until the end of October from 11 AM to 8 PM during high season.
Ongoing service from 12 to 7 PM (last orders at 6 PM).
The restaurant has 250 seats, the beach 140 sun-beds and 9 double sun-beds.

For bookings : +33 4 9479 80 04 or contact@loulou-ramatuelle.com

Address : Plage de Pampelonne, Chemin des Tamaris, 83350 Ramatuelle, France

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Behind this project

Gilles Malafosse and Laurent de Gourcuff will open this new spot with Jean-Philippe Cartier, the president of the collection H8 hotel group. They will work with Officine d’Architecture agency for setting up the restaurant, the beach and the decoration, and Derbez for the revegetation. The portraits of Loulou on the logo and menu are creations of Jean-Charles de Castelbajac.

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Photo credit : ©Amaury Brac

Photo credit : ©Amaury Brac