Twickenham re-opens cellar for private dining

Twickenham Experience has announced the re-opening of Twickenham Cellar and has launched new VIP banqueting packages for events ahead of next year's Rugby World Cup.

Twickenham Cellar will offer fine dining packages
Twickenham Cellar will offer fine dining packages

The fine dining packages offer a luxury seven course menu and will be available in the Stadium’s Presidents Suite or for more intimate parties in the newly re-opened Twickenham Cellar. Both spaces are in the newly-redeveloped West Stand.

Known as ‘Project X’ during the Stadium’s construction, the Twickenham Cellar is concealed deep within the West Stand  and is available for exclusive events for up to 14.

The same fine-dining experience is also available for larger parties of up to 40 in the Presidents Suite. 

Twickenham Experience managing director, Chris Morris said: "Our chefs have designed a truly decadent, seven-course menu for our banqueting guests to enjoy. It’s an exciting time at Twickenham Stadium as we re-open our exclusive dining facilities that will provide our clients with an unforgettable fine-dining experience."

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