Jewish tennis fans found kosher food and more at Wimbledon last week, taking a break between matches to grab some barbeque and pray at the food truck operated by Chabad-Lubavitch of South London Campuses.

“Apart from the wide range of kosher food made available, many had the opportunity to don the prayer boxes known as tefillin, including quite a few for the very first time,” said Rabbi Dovid Cohen, director of the local Chabad House, crediting Londoner Shumli Rutman with much of the volunteer effort.

The Sunday through Thursday food truck was the third iteration of a project that began in 2009 and offered an assortment of hot and cold foodstuffs.