The Big Mamma group is opening its fourteenth establishment in Europe this Saturday, on the Monegasque beach.
A restaurant with Italian trattoria accents in a seventies Capri spirit.
When you enter our premises, the journey begins" promises Mike Lucchese, the manager of the premises. This Saturday, Giacomo, the latest baby of the Big Mamma group, opened its doors to the public on the Larvotto beach. A beautiful baby with 80 covers, and a doubled capacity on the terrace, facing the sea. Enough to welcome a clientele attracted by the aura of this trendy restaurant group. And with Monegasque roots, since Tigrane Seydoux, co-founder of the group, is originally from the Principality and is (finally!) opening an establishment in his native land.
In the space of a decade, Big Mamma first established itself in France (Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Bordeaux, Lille). Then it spread throughout Europe: three stores in London, two in Madrid, a restaurant in Berlin and another in Munich. Monaco is the fourteenth in the family. And precisely with a family echo. Giacomo, an echo of the first name Jacques, the father of Tigrane Seydoux. An evocation that has crept into the restaurant's décor with vintage family photos hanging on the wall.