In partnership with Keith Prowse
We might be on the countdown to Christmas right now but we’re already looking ahead to 2022 and all of the foodie endeavours we’ll be venturing on. Top of our list? The Treehouse on The Lawn, a brand new informal dining experience from Keith Prowse that’s launching at The Championships, Wimbledon next year.
Nabbing yourself a ticket for Centre Court might seem near impossible despite how many times you’ve entered the ballot, but we’ll let you into a little secret… We know of a way that’ll see you cheering on your favourite tennis players and enjoying delicious sustainably produced dishes. Could a day at Wimbledon get any better?
Want in? Read on to find out more…
Oh, and did we mention that this foodie experience guarantees Centre Court tickets?
So, how does it all work?
Firstly, you’ve got Wimbledon’s exclusive hospitality partner, Keith Prowse to thank. Experts in the culinary sporting world, they are the UK’s hospitality industry leader and offer experiences for many of the biggest sporting venues, including Twickenham Stadium, The Kia Oval, The Queen’s Club and Edgbaston Stadium. And they’ve recently announced a new offering at Wimbledon.
Brand new for The Championships, Wimbledon 2022, The Treehouse is Keith Prowse’s latest venture, offering an innovative, on-trend hospitality concept to the world’s oldest tennis tournament. Think lavish interiors, live DJs and relaxed lounge areas. The menu has been designed by Tom Sellers, Chef Patron of the two Michelin starred Restaurant Story, and will centre around premium British produce.
Oh, and did we mention that this foodie experience guarantees Centre Court tickets? Now we’ve got your attention…
What’s The Treehouse like?
The Treehouse really is unlike anything that’s ever been seen at Wimbledon before. There won’t be any set seating plans or agendas, so you can really make the day your own, fitting around your preferences and requirements.
With Wimbledon’s renowned style, luxury and elegance, The Treehouse will replicate this in a fun and new sophisticated way across the Treehouse space. You’ll find it perched above The Lawn, so it really will feel like a little treehouse escape, located just a short distance from the Wimbledon Grounds.
Keeping in line with the treehouse-style theme, The Treehouse will be home to vibrant greens, gold finishes and jungle-style hanging plants. There’ll be a range of banquette seating, small tables, sit up bars and lounge spaces, offering a fuss-free, informal setting. Think fine dining and luxurious settings but without the pressure.
A spacious balcony will also be accessible to guests, offering views of the garden, lake and City beyond. And you’ll also have access to The Lawn Garden, with a giant TV screen to watch the matches when not at your courtside seats, and the not-so-secret whisky and cigar bar.
Think fine dining and luxurious settings but without the pressure.
What can we expect from Tom Sellers?
The Treehouse’s menus have been designed and created in partnership with Tom Sellers – Chef Patron of the 2 Michelin-Star Restaurant Story. With no set timings, you’ll be able to really soak up the experience in its fullest, choosing when you want to dine at your own leisure.
The menu centres around premium British produce, with a big emphasis on sustainability and ethically sourced produce from small suppliers. There’ll be a range of tempting small plates, perfect for picking on and sharing with friends and family. The menus are still in progress but you can expect dishes such as a rabbit sandwich, made with pressed rabbit leg, coated in polenta and fried crispy with bergamot pickled carrots and tarragon emulsion, and an exciting range of lunch options, with vegan and vegetarian options available.
Live cooking stations will feature as well, taking place in uniquely designed birdcages. They’ll be showcasing the best of seafood, with scallop, elderflower and cucumber served in individual bowls being a signature dish.
Plus a range of bespoke cocktails will also be available to delight on, each complementing the plates and helping to intensify the flavours. And for those wanting a traditional Wimbledon experience, there’ll of course be afternoon tea too!