Chef Chantelle Nicholson is to close her London restaurant Tredwells after seven years, with the final service on September 24.
In a statement the chef said she plans to open a new restaurant in early 2022 and added she was excited for the “next chapter” for her team.
Nicholson oversaw the launch of Tredwells when it was part of Marcus Wareing Restaurants in 2014 and was appointed chef-patron in 2016. She took sole ownership of the restaurant in 2018.
Last year the chef revealed she was planning to launch ‘Tredwells 2.0’ and was searching for a new home for the restaurant, but was delayed by the pandemic.
Nicholson became one of the first restaurants to win a Michelin green star last year. More than 50 per cent of the menu at Tredwells is plant-based and the concept has been praised for its sustainable focus.
Nicholson said: “We will be closing the doors at Tredwells with fond memories and a great sense of achievement. The last seven years have been an incredible journey and I would like to thank all the people who have been part of it, as well as the guests who enjoyed our hospitality. My team and I are excited for our next chapter.”