English Premier League football club Tottenham Hotspur and its official catering partner Levy have named the Roux family as its fine-dining partner for the club’s new stadium.
The Roux family is renowned for opening the first two restaurants in Britain to hold three Michelin stars.
Once complete, Tottenham’s new stadium, which does not yet have a name, will be the largest club football venue in London.
Tottenham plans to add premium offerings with a wide range of lounges and suites. The Roux family will add to this experience by designing selected menus and overseeing every aspect of the service delivery within the stadium’s On Four lounges and suites.
The On Four concept aims to provide a first-class service for fans, with Michelin-calibre dining available.
At 12 Tottenham matches per season, the entire On Four menu will be designed and prepared by the Roux family. At other matches, the menus will be created by both celebrated and upcoming guest chefs, which will be announced at a later date.
In addition, On Four will provide Super Suites that can be fully customised by an interior designer to reflect an individual’s or brand’s values, and Loges that offer the intimacy of a private dining experience with access to a members’ lounge bar for networking.
Andy O’Sullivan, director of hospitality, Tottenham, said: “This is the latest example of the commitment that the club is showing in delivering what will be London’s best sports and entertainment venue in every aspect from general admission to premium.
“Our range of premium packages will redefine hospitality within sport and make a Tottenham Hotspur match one of the most sought-after experiences in the capital.”
Set to open in 2018, Tottenham’s new stadium will feature a retractable grass field for home fixtures with an artificial surface underneath that will be multi-use and capable of hosting NFL American football matches, concerts and other high-profile events.