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Tom Kerridge tackles Twickenham with England Rugby Hospitality conversion

19 September 2018 by
Tom Kerridge tackles Twickenham with England Rugby Hospitality conversion

Tom Kerridge is set to tackle the menu design at Twickenham by contributing to the world famous pitch's Lock restaurant along with a string of other collaborations.

Kerridge, an avid fan of the sport, will be running the site for all four of the upcoming Quilter International games in November, while adding his trademark style to the menu for future fixtures.

The site is one of four new openings at Twickenham as part of its hospitality package.

The two-Michelin-started chef, who launched his new London restaurant at the Corinthia hotel earlier this month, will also be involved at The Gate - a chophouse-style restaurant in the stadium which will offer "A Night With Tom Kerridge" during the year for up to 400 guests.

In addition, the site will feature Kerridge-branded "Lush" hot dog and corn dog stands during England matches.

He said: "I'm so excited to be partnering with Twickenham - it was an absolute no-brainer for me.

"I've been going to watch rugby there for years and it feels really special to be able to bring our cooking to this historic and epic sporting venue. Bring it on."

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