Twickenham HQ to open new restaurant with Tom Kerridge


By Casey-Cooper Fisk
October 6 2018

Twickenham Stadium is to open a new restaurant in partnership with Tom Kerridge as part of an £81m refurbishment.

 

 

An 18-month construction schedule has seen 6,700 sq mt added to the stadium concourse for 4,500 new hospitality season ticket holders, which will include the 1000-cover restaurant, named The Lock. The restaurant will be themed on the England rugby team and will change the menu to reflect the team’s opponents.

The restaurant will be opened for the first time at Saturday’s Gallagher Premiership match between Northampton Saints and Leicester Tigers, and the restaurant’s launch will be at the England national side’s game against South Africa.

 

England Rugby Hospitality said: “We are all waiting to see the new menu for the first time on Saturday. Tom is a huge rugby fan and wanted to be our signature chef. He will be in the restaurant on match days and will meet guests.”

 

Casey Cooper-Fiske

Casey is a journalist covering a wide variety of industry sectors for Mulberry, and also writes for a variety of music publications. Casey spent his early life in Norfolk before moving to London to study at the University of East London. He spends most of his downtime seeing the latest new bands at venues across London, watching his beloved Norwich City Football Club and listening to his record collection. Feel free to drop him a line with any story ideas.

 

 

 

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Twickenham HQ to open new restaurant with Tom Kerridge
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Date: 06/10/2018 16:00

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Re: Twickenham HQ to open new restaurant with Tom Kerridge
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Date: 12/10/2018 10:05

Doubt I'll be able to afford to eat in there so hope the Corporates enjoy it. Hope the cameras point out the empty seats during the second half of the Intenationals!

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