Winner of season 11 of Top Chef and owner of Michelin-starred restaurant “Le Jardin des Plumes” in Giverny in Normandy, David Gallienne has set himself a new challenge by launching Label Broche in the heart of the French capital.
Around 70 miles from his Normandy home, David Gallienne is opening a corner at Gourmet to awaken the tastebuds of discerning diners and showcase French haute cuisine.
While he cites travel as a source of inspiration, he finds he is most inspired when out in nature with producers and farmers. They help him bring that little bit extra that makes all the difference – without ever losing sight of his roots!
A history of French fine dining
Featuring roast chicken, lamb shanks and pork knuckle cooked on a spit, Label Broche is an ode to high-quality produce and traditional comfort food. It’s no coincidence that roast chicken takes centre stage on the chef’s menu, given that it plays the starring role in a Sunday lunch and appeals to everyone – little ones and grown-ups as well as all religions.
“I wanted to create hearty comfort food just like my grandma used to, so this menu is a tribute to my grandparents!”
In addition to his talents in the kitchen, the chef sources the finest sustainably or organically farmed produce from within a 70 mile radius of his native Normandy and brings it to our tables here at Galeries Lafayette.
On the 1st floor of Gourmet, David Gallienne is delighted to welcome you to his bistro where chickens are roasting on a spit before your very eyes. The new corner has 30 covers and is open every day with uninterrupted service, either for eat-in or takeaway.
The option to eat-in or takeaway.
Home and Gourmet – 1st floor