Spurs sign Chris Galvin for new stadium

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Spurs sign Chris Galvin for new stadium

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Chris Galvin has joined the chef line-up at Tottenham Hotspur's new stadium, launching in 2018.

‘Lifelong fan’ Galvin will design the menu and oversee service at its On Four lounges and suites during a series of matches next season as part a deal with Levy Restaurants UK.

It follows the announcement in May​ that Albert Roux, his son Michel Roux Jr and granddaughter Emily Roux will be taking turns to run service at the lounge for 12 matches a season.

Further ‘internationally acclaimed’ chef partners are to be announced in the next few months ahead of the stadium’s opening next year.

“This is my first partnership with a sporting venue and I can’t wait for the challenge,” says Galvin, who runs Michelin-starred London restaurants Galvin at Windows and La Chapelle, with his brother Jeff.

“I am a lifelong fan and my family grew up close to Tottenham and know the area well so from a personal point of view it’s great to be part of a project that is transforming the local area as well as redefining the visitor experience in football.”

The stadium’s flagship restaurant, The H Club, will sit on the halfway line of the field and offer fine dining, ‘brasserie-style’ menus and bar food. Guests will have the chance to dine at a chef’s table, or at a Player’s Table alongside former Spurs stars.

Members will also be able to store their favourite wines, cognacs and liquors in a glass display vault throughout the season.

The 61,559-seat stadium will be London’s largest capacity football club ground when it opens next year.

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