Keith Prowse reveals menu at The Gatsby Club for The Championships

UK hospitality provider Keith Prowse revealed its menu for The Gatsby Club hospitality space at this year’s The Championships, Wimbledon, 24 June-7 July.
The final menu was celebrated at the official Gatsby Club 2013 launch at The Langham Hotel where Albert Roux made a special appearance and spoke about his work with Keith Prowse.
The menu features 12 dishes, a choice of four starters, main courses and desserts, and promises to serve up a dining experience in the style of an elegant Michelin star restaurant.
Speaking about the inspiration for this year’s menu at The Gatsby Club, Albert Roux, said: “The majority of the guests attending the Gatsby Club are there to see the tennis, so it’s crucial to capture their attention with fantastic ingredients, which is always my inspiration for the menu. This year, I wanted to create an even more innovative menu that stays in the memories of guests.
“My favourite dish on the 2013 menu is the ‘Jardiniere of Vegetables’ with soft poached quail egg, truffle vinaigrette and parmesan brioche.”
French-born restaurateur Albert Roux is widely-acclaimed for Le Gavroche, the first restaurant in the UK to gain three Michelin stars. He is also behind the training of some of today’s most notable culinary talent including Gordon Ramsay, Marco Pierre White, Pierre Koffmann and Marcus Wareing.
The Gatsby Club underwent a re-design in 2011, with a new glass-fronted structure drawing on the beauty of the natural surroundings. The garden area was restyled in 2012 so that the Terrace Bar connects the garden and restaurant spaces.
At The Championships, Wimbledon, Keith Prowse caters for around 1,000 people daily from more than 45 countries.
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