The French fine dining restaurant, which sits within the historic Grade II listed St Botolph’s Hall in Spitalfields, will close after service on 31 December and reopen on 13 January with redesigned interiors highlighting the dining room’s vast high-beam ceilings.
Alongside a ‘new contemporary design’, the refurbishment will also encompass new artwork collaborations.
To mark its 15-year milestone, Galvin La Chapelle will launch a menu upon reopening that represents the current space whilst reflecting the past decade.
Head chef Arturo Granato has designed several new dishes for the menu including a Dorset crab raviolo with dashi beurre blanc, braised fennel and baerii caviar, which is inspired by the Galvin brother’s signature crab lasagne.
"As we celebrate 15 years of Galvin La Chapelle, it's a reflection of our commitment to championing traditional French cooking,” says Chris Galvin.
“The journey has been nothing short of incredible, and we owe our success to the unwavering dedication of our team and the wonderful patrons who have become part of the Galvin community.”