TITLE

THE biggest outrage at [...]

AUTHOR(S)
Charles Sale
PUB. DATE
May 2013
SOURCE
Daily Mail;5/17/2013, p87
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
THE biggest outrage at Lord's yesterday was not England's slow scoring rate but the £20 cost of a steak sandwich in the fast food village at the Nursery End. The 'ultimate steak sarnie', as it's described, is on the takeaway menu of Jamie Oliver's event caterers Fabulous Feasts, whose three-year franchise for the food court started yesterday, with the super chef attending the opening. MCC defend the extortionate pricing of their record-breaking sandwich — with the meat and trimmings 'all stuffed into a fresh focaccia from Jamie's own bakery' — by saying food is available for all tastes at all prices and that Lord's is the only major ground that allows spectators to bring in both their own food and alcohol. Which is not surprising, given Jamie's mark-up.
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