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.