Chantelle Nicholson Eats Plant-Based in London

New Zealander Chantelle Nicholson is chef patron at Tredwells in London’s West End where she takes huge pride in ensuring that there are plenty of plant-based dishes on the menu. Her first book Planted is out April 2018.

Nicholson, a former lawyer, told the Just Opened London guide:

“When I’m out and about, I always keep an eye out for new and unusual veggie dishes. Vegetables are brilliant – hugely versatile, cheap, and good for you. They’re often overlooked by big meat contenders, but actually, it’s at some of London’s meatiest restaurants that I find the best veggie dishes.”

Nicholson, who previously worked at Marcus Wareing’s The Savoy Grill, recommends stuffed potato skins at Smokestak and Szechuan aubergine at Chick ‘n’ Sours.

Original article by Just Opened London, December 13, 2017.


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