The addition of street food to the matchday menu at the Recreation Ground has proven hugely popular with supporters this season.
Lovers of gastro/street food – and the TV chef himself – will have been delighted to see the new 'Jamie Oliver at Bath Rugby' van at the Rec, new to 2014/15.
"We're really excited to be serving up our food at Bath Rugby," says star chef Oliver . "It's a massive honour to be doing so at one of the greatest clubs in England and I hope that everyone going to watch a game will love our food as much as we do."
Supporters can enjoy special offers on the following foods, created by the iconic chef: the Dirty Burger (6oz beef Pattie, shiny milk bun, crisp lettuce, tomato, gherkin relish), the Cheeseburger" (like the Dirty Burger but topped with Swiss cheese) and the BBQ Pulled Pork Bap (pulled shoulder of pork, smoky BBQ sauce, winter kale slaw).
From one TV sensation to another, the Rec has now also seen the introduction of 'The Whole Cheese', a multifunctional food stall with a difference: it used to be a vintage horse trailer and featured in 'George Clarke's Amazing Spaces' on Channel 4.
Along with traditional British classics such as cheese on toast, 'The Whole Cheese' will be providing all kinds of artisan cheeses, complemented specially by the nearby Great Western Wines marquee, which will be serving beautiful French wines.