The cash pile at Michelin Starred Chapter One restaurant has increased to almost €1m, according to the latest accounts filed.
Lindley Ltd, which operates Chapter One on Parnell Sq. in Dublin, has been enjoying positive business in line with other well-known city centre eateries of late who have all seen an increase in business over the last year. Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud recently said they are enjoying their best year since opening in 1981.
Accumulated profits for the Ross Lewis-owned restaurant now stand at €290,239 as of the end of February 2014, an increase of €12,776 compared to the previous 12 months period.
The firm’s cash during that time increased by 42% from €683,121 to €975,717. This is a six fold increase over the past three years.
The renowned restaurant has held onto its Michelin star since 2007 and has won numerous other industry awards. In 2011, Mr. Lewis had the distinction of being asked to cook for The Queen during her visit to Ireland.
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