With several other successful London restaurant ventures (including Galvin at Windows and the Galvin Bistrot de Luxe) under their belts, the latest restaurant from the acclaimed Galvin brothers is impressive to say the least. Housed in a stunning converted former girls’ Victorian chapel near the trendy Spitalfields Markets area, the restaurant oozes understated glamour with soaring high ceilings, exposed brickwork and sumptuous leather arm chairs that you will want to sink into for the rest of the evening. Fortunately the food is as good as the interiors, where chef Chris Galvin has created a delicious menu of contemporary renditions of French classics. The foie gras and fig terrine with a tangy quince purée is deliciously earthy; along with the excellent suprême of Landaise chicken with poached leeks and shallot vinaigrette. Head next door to the restaurant’s buzzing bar for a pre-dinner aperitif or a more casual bite to eat. Bookings advised.