With their recent win against England being described as one of the finest hours in Welsh rugby, their World Cup campaign is still looking hopeful. Another historical moment at Twickenham was Sir Gareth Edwards’ try for the Barbarians against the All Blacks, back in 1973.
Sophisticated American steakhouse Smith & Wollensky are holding a timely celebration for true Welsh rugby legend, Sir Gareth Edwards, with a 3-course lunch at their Strand restaurant on Tuesday 27th October. A hearty menu fit for any scrum-half consists of Ham Hock and Foie Gras Terrine, 14oz Sirloin Steak with triple cooked chips and a hefty, muddy double chocolate cake. If you haven’t been, Smith & Wollensky is all rich mahogany, brass and emerald green leather with crisp white tablecloths
This is an event for true rugby fans. In addition to the meal and accompanying fine wines, tickets include a Q&A with Sir Gareth himself, a signed copy of Great Rugby Moments and the option of a pre-lunch drinks reception.
Tuesday 27th October 2015 at 12.30pm