Tottenham Hotspur completes its culinary line-up for new 2018 stadium
Tottenham Hotspur, with its official catering partner Levy UK, has today (November 13) announced the full line-up of chefs appointed to work at the club’s new stadium.
Bryn Williams and Dipna Anand are among the final additions. To mark the announcement, new CGI images of the premium areas in the new stadium have been released, which showcase the surroundings guests will be able to experience when it opens in August 2018.
Williams and Anand join the Roux family and Chris Galvin in bringing their celebrated cuisine to the On Four lounges and suites at the venue as the club aims to redefine the premium experience within football.
Anaud commented: “I have a love affair with Indian cooking and through this exciting collaboration with Tottenham Hotspur, I’m looking forward to bringing the fantastic Indian dishes I grew up with to a new audience.
“At one match, guests [of] On Four might be eating the finest European cuisine courtesy of the Roux family - Chris or Bryn - and the next they will sample my taste of Asia. There is a great variety on offer.”
On Four, located on level four of the new stadium, will provide various chefs within one sporting venue, allowing guests to enjoy signature dishes originating from around the world at match days throughout the season.
The six chefs; Michel Roux Jr, Albert Roux, Emily Roux, Chris Galvin, Bryn Williams and Dipna Anand, run a combined 18 restaurants across the globe, from London to Dubai.
One of the experiences that can be found On Four is the flagship restaurant and lounge, The H Club, which is set to become London’s next top members’ club. It is situated on the halfway line and members can select from five dining experiences throughout the season.
On Four also includes Super Suites that can be fully customised by an interior designer to reflect an individual’s or brand’s values.
Andy O’Sullivan, director of hospitality at Tottenham Hotspur, said: “Bryn and Dipna complete what is an outstanding line-up of acclaimed chefs that will further enhance the offering at our new stadium.
“Not only do they bring great culinary expertise and experience, they also offer unrivalled variety for guests On Four to enjoy.”
Williams, who is to design and prepare the entire On Four menu and oversee the service delivery at a range of Tottenham Hotspur matches next season, added: “It’s incredibly exciting to bring my signature dishes and Britain’s finest produce to the new stadium.
“The H Club closely resembles Michelin star restaurants across the globe in everything from the design, atmosphere [and] food. I’m looking forward to being part of something that takes the food offering at sports and entertainment facilities to another level.”
When complete, the stadium will support more than 3,700 jobs, with £293m pumped into the local economy each year - a major impact for an area in need of new jobs and more economic activity.
Opening in 2018, London’s largest capacity football club ground will feature a retractable grass field for Tottenham Hotspur home fixtures with an artificial surface underneath that will be multi-use and capable of hosting NFL matches, concerts and other events.