What do you call two Michelin star chefs and a chilli biltong pizza?… A South African foodies dream at the Home of England Rugby – Twickenham Stadium.
On Saturday, 26 November Twickenham will be hosting the Springboks for their final match of 2022 against England in the Autumn Nations Series.
Our friends at Keith Prowse – the UK’s leading provider of corporate hospitality experiences at some of the most iconic venues in world sport – with their partners have put together a stunning menu that will make South African supporters feel at home for the big game.
South Africans in the UK can exclusively reveal some of the incredible ethically sourced seasonal and local produce that will be served to guests at the game.
Twickenham Stadium’s very own South African head chef Shaun Lawson has helped design contemporary twists on some classic South African dishes across all of Twickenham Stadium’s hospitality facilities. Let’s take a closer look at what’s on the menu for the match…
British Airways Rose Garden
In the British Airways Rose Garden, an informal bar with live music, guests will be treated to a chilli biltong pizza, Braaibroodjie and Boerewors and mash amongst other street food favourites served by roaming waiting staff.
The Gate is Twickenham Stadium’s chop-house style restaurant. To mark the occasion of this eagerly anticipated fixture they’ll be serving a special braai’d T-Bone of Yorkshire beef or seafood potjiekos for the main, accompanied by grilled mielies, pap and chakalaka.
In The Lock, two Michelin star chef Tom Kerridge will be offering English classics with a modern contemporary twist. Pastrami crusted Loch Duarte salmon escabeche with Taramasalata, Fillet of Hereford beef cooked in black truffle butter with glazed short rib, concluding with a Caramelised chocolate tart with bergamot and dates will give guests a meal to remember.
The East Wing
The East Wing is Twickenham Stadium’s premier hospitality facility. Michelin star chef Tommy Banks will be making his debut this Autumn with an exciting menu that aims to match the drama on the pitch. The four-course menu features Celeriac, black truffle, Old Winchester starter followed by Beef, Hen of the Woods, black garlic, kale, a chocolate, barley, apple dessert topped off with a delicious cheeseboard.
Vegetarian and vegan options are also available throughout all Twickenham Stadium’s hospitality facilities for the match.
Places are filling up fast so if you want to guarantee your place at the England vs South Africa match and enjoy the incredible food on show, please visit the Keith Prowse website or call their helpful team on 0203 9935 556.