Published 16 October 2020
by Harriet Prior
With central London still not drawing in the crowds we are used to, the challenges for hospitality businesses in the area continue. So, chef-owner of Tredwells in Covent Garden Chantelle Nicholson has decided to “preserve jobs, morale and positivity”, and the news is the team will be taking on a new site in Hackney to launch pop-up ‘All’s Well.’
Expect a casual restaurant that holds Nicholson’s ethos for sustainable cooking at its core. The daily changing menu will be veg-heavy, using produce from small British producers. We like the sound of dishes including marinated wonky carrots with cashew cream, roasted squash tempura with garlic mayo and a warm malted chocolate pudding.
There will be organic wines from Renegade Urban Winery, plus cocktails and Toast Ale – beer brewed with surplus fresh bread, whilst all the interiors will be either upcycled or recycled.
“All’s Well’s menu will be the food I love created with my ethos of sustainability” says Nicholson. “I’m going to work backwards from what is available from the tight range of suppliers that inspire and motivate me to create really delicious food. I’ve been coveting a neighbourhood to become part of for quite some time, so this feels like a positive opportunity to meet a new crowd, as well as welcoming in some of the Tredwells’ guests too.”
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