Lord's Dining Club

Experience culinary innovation as visionary chefs descend upon the prestigious Long Room, each showcasing their passion, talent and gastronomic imagination for you to savour.

In the Iconic Long Room

Launched to honour the age-old pairing of food and cricket, Lord’s Dining Club couples the traditions of Marylebone Cricket Club with innovative cooking from a line-up of world-renowned Michelin-starred chefs, and 2019’s line-up is no different.

Each event will take place in the Grade II*-listed Pavilion, including a Nyetimber sparkling wine reception with a selection of MCC canapés in the Long Room Bar – or in the famous Dressing Room for those who wish to indulge with a VIP package – before feasting on a four-course menu in the historic surroundings of the Long Room.

The menus are exclusively designed by the evening’s host chef and each course is paired with a matching wine, chosen to enhance the culinary delights on offer. A Q&A session hosted by cricketing legend Angus Fraser, will delve into the chefs’ successful careers as well as exploring the menu choices guests will be enjoying on the evening.

Lord’s Dining Club experience is priced at £160+VAT or £220+VAT for the VIP package. Individual spaces can be purchased online by following the link below or by telephoning 020 7616 8598. For any queries, please contact events@lords.org.

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Michael Caines - 28th March

Opening this year’s series on Thursday 28th March is Chef Patron of Lympstone Manor, Michael Caines MBE.

The holder of two Michelin stars for 18 consecutive years, and now one Michelin star at the Grade II-listed Lympstone Manor after just six months of opening, Michael is known worldwide for his distinctive modern European cuisine utilising the very best local, artisanal produce and ingredients. Michael appears regularly on Saturday Kitchen, and has made numerous appearances on MasterChef, Great British Menu, Sunday Brunch and more.

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Tommy Banks - 28th May

Chef Owner of both The Black Swan at Oldstead and his latest restaurant Roots York, Tommy Banks takes the helm on Thursday 28th May.

The Banks family have lived and farmed around Oldstead for many generations, Tommy has achieved great attention and national recognition; at the age of twenty-four, he became the youngest Michelin-starred chef in Britain when The Black Swan retained its star in September 2013. No stranger to the small screen, Tommy reached the banquet in 2016 and 2017 on the Great British Menu, and has recently hosted The Big Family Cooking Showdown on BBC.

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