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Galvin City restaurant to be called La Chapelle

01 July 2009 by
Galvin City restaurant to be called La Chapelle

London chef-restaurateurs Chris and Jeff Galvin have confirmed that their City of London restaurant will be called Galvin La Chapelle.

The restaurant is due to open in late autumn 2009 in the grade II listed St Botolph's Hall in Spital Square.

Its name is a nod to the Rhone wine Hermitage La Chapelle, vintages of which will be stocked at the restaurant.

Chris Galvin said: "The wines from the Rhone Valley have a particular resonance with our cooking - visiting the area had a big impact on us and we wanted to bring this to our new restaurant."

The restaurant will comprise a fine dining area, café and bar and is the third Galvin restaurant to open in London, joining sister eateries Galvin de Luxe in Baker Street and Galvin at Windows in London Hilton Park Lane.

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By Joanna Wood

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