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A Unique Take on Breakie

A Unique Take on Breakie

 

With Michelin-starred chef Yannick Alléno's input, Moynat's designers and craftsmen have created the ultimate breakfast trunk. Infused with a strong sense of heritage, the Breakfast Trunk opens new perspectives on travel and will delight guests at Royal Mansour in Marrakech from January 4th to June 2013.
 
Renowned since 1849 for its skill and innovation, Moynat has been given a new lease on life to carry on a tradition of exceptional customized objects and revive the splendor of its legendary trunks. For Michelin-starred chef Yannick Alléno, the ultimate luxury was a mobile trunk on which to prepare a full breakfast for two.
 
An acclaimed chef who supervises Royal Mansour's two gastronomic restaurants: La Grande Table Marocaine and La Grande Table Francaise, he sought to create a personalized encounter worthy of luxury dining.
 
With Yannick Alléno's invaluable input, over a period of eight months Moynat's genius designer and creative director Ramesh Nair was able to fuse the art of travel with the art of gracious living by creating what has been described by Yannick Alléno as the ultimate luxury: a mobile trunk on which to prepare a full breakfast for two, be it in a hotel room, on a terrace or poolside.
 
All in all, 1,000 hours of work went into creating what could be described as a design, technical, culinary and craftsmanship masterpiece. The Moynat Breakfast Trunk opens up into 3 sections, magnificently lined with Alcantara and Initiale fabrics. Twenty or so easily accessible drawers and compartments store cooking utensils, a croissant basket, milk jug, cutlery, white D. Porthault table linens embroidered with "Moynat Paris" and edged in dark brown, the house colour. Plates, cups, glasses and Safran carafes are held in place by leather straps like the spare wheel on vintage cars.

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