Lord’s has announced a partnership with renowned Indian caterers Tamarind and The Cinnamon Club ahead of the start of the first npower Test Match against India tomorrow.
Exclusive menus drawing their influences from sub-continental culture and cuisine will be available for meetings & events, corporate hospitality suites and Asian weddings as Lord’s reinforces its reputation as a venue for ceremonies and large-scale receptions.
Tamarind is recognised as one of the UK’s leading caterers and boasts a prestigious client list including Asia House, Grant Thornton and the Houses of Parliament.
Noted for its Mayfair-based Michelin-starred restaurant, the award-winning caterer’s dishes are derived from traditional Moghul cuisine where bread, fish, meat and game are cooked in the authentic tandoor oven style of North West India.
The Cinnamon Club has become noted for its fresh approach to Indian cuisine, engineering innovation in its menus from a breakfast selection to six-course gastronomic feasts.
Its Westminster restaurant, which wows over 100,000 guests every year, recently celebrated ten years since its 2001 opening.
The Cinnamon Club will bring its acclaimed brand of Indian-European fusion to Lord’s this summer.
England will welcome India to Lord’s – known as the Home of Cricket - again in a Natwest One Day International on Sunday 11th September.
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Lord’s offers a plethora of meetings & events venues suitable for milestone occasions, from the historic Grade II listed Pavilion to the ultra-modern J.P. Morgan Media Centre, along with private hospitality suites and dining areas for match-day corporate hospitality.
Rajesh Suri, Tamarind chief executive officer said: “Lord’s is very much a pinnacle in the sports sector and we are thrilled to have been appointed as a preferred caterer for Indian food.”