Tommy and team return to Lord’s Cricket Ground in London this year in year two of their three-year partnership with Marylebone Cricket Club.
The Edrich Restaurant, which opened in 2021 as part of the stadium’s £52m Compton and Edrich stand redevelopment, operates on major international match days, and sees Tommy and his team create a bespoke tasting menu, along with a breakfast menu, and afternoon tea, for Debenture ticket holders.
Dishes include barbecued lobster tail for lunch, lamb and mint pies for afternoon tea and truffle and Killeen omelette for breakfast.
As well as this, for the first time Made In Oldstead will be providing the hamper offering at the ground, allowing anyone visiting on International match days to enjoy a bespoke menu of premium picnic treats with matching wine.
This is the first time a Michelin-starred chef has created this type of offering.
That’s not all, Tommy will be the first chef to return to Lord’s Dining Club, joining the next cohort of chefs at the fourth series of the Dining Club which launched in 2018.
Tommy (29 March 2023) joins Mark Birchall (15 November 2022) and Niall Keating (13 December 2022), in the famous Grade II listed Lord’s Pavilion, which includes a sparkling wine reception and canapés in the Long Room Bar, followed by a four-course menu in the historic Long Room.
“Lord’s Dining Club is becoming one of the most popular experiences at Lord’s. To be able to spend an evening in the iconic Long Room, enjoying Michelin-starred quality food cooked by some of the world’s greatest chefs is truly incredible,” says Andy Muggleton, Assistant Secretary (Commercial) at MCC.
“We’re delighted to be working with Mark, Niall and Tommy and look forward to welcoming guests for the 2022/23 series”.