ABOUT CHANTELLE NICHOLSON

Chantelle Nicholson is a multi-award winning chef, former chef-owner of now-closed and much-loved Covent Garden restaurant Tredwells (the recipient of a green Michelin star in 2021) and All’s Well, a ‘pandemic pop-up’.

 

As one of the leading female voices in the UK’s hospitality industry, Chantelle is an advocate for seasonality and sustainability, championing veg-forward cooking through both the restaurant and her cookbook, Planted.

 

Originally from NZ, and a trained lawyer, Chantelle is committed to creating a more sustainable future across her operation and activities, whilst also being an independent board member for ReLondon - moving London towards a more circular economy.

 

Chantelle's continuing efforts lead to Tredwells being awarded a green Michelin star in January 2021 for its commitment to sustainability.

PLANTED COOKBOOK

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In her first solo cookbook Planted, Chantelle Nicholson shows you how to cook delicious plant-based dishes using seasonal and flavoursome plant-based ingredients.

 

Her passion for fresh produce was developed at an early age, growing up in New Zealand and tending to her own vegetable garden. This, then combined with her career as a professional chef, inspired her to develop tasty, restaurant-quality plant-based recipes, which regularly feature on the menu at Tredwells in Covent Garden and All’s Well in Hackney.

 

In Planted she offers an abundance of these dishes to make at home. Her recipes may look high-end, but they are easy to create in your kitchen and will impress even the most devoted meat and cheese lovers.

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