We are thrilled to announce Tredwells’ participation in the Evening Standard’s new culinary festival, London Food Month.
Curated by Grace Dent and Tom Parker Bowles, this month long celebration of food across the capital will feature a range of masterclasses and unique dining experiences, including four unmissable events, led by Chef Patron, Chantelle Nicholson.
Tredwells will be showcasing its 7-course tasting menu, created by Chantelle, especially for children. Each menu will be illustrated, highlighting the provenance of each dish and signed by Chef, for them to take-away, as well as recipes. Children will also be invited into the kitchens to collect the restaurant’s iconic Salted Caramel Soft Serve, and meet Chantelle and her team.
WHEN: Throughout June
WHERE: Tredwells, 4a Upper St Martin’s Lane, WC2H 9NY
COST: £19, with £5 of each sale going to The Felix Project
EACH PEACH PEAR PLUM: a morning of culinary creativity teaching children about the seasonality of vegetables and fruit
Chantelle will present the season’s most delicious fruits and vegetables, teaching children her favourite ways to use them. They will then have the chance to create their own dishes, enjoy a tour of the kitchen, meet the chefs, plate their own dessert and receive recipe cards to take-away.
WHEN: Sunday 4th & Sunday 11th June, 11am – 11.30am
WHERE: Lower Ground Floor at Tredwells, 4a Upper St Martin’s Lane, WC2H 9NY
COST: There is no cost for children to attend the workshop, but a donation of £15 is requested in support of The Felix Project
TERMS & CONDITIONS:
1. Only open to children aged 8 – 12
2. 12 children per session who must be accompanied by an adult
THE PERENNIAL PANTRY
Divertimenti Cookery School and Chantelle will be collaborating for a very special Chef’s Table. 14 guests will be treated to 4, spectacular, plant-based courses, as Chantelle prepares each dish in front of guests, showcasing the extraordinary flavours and combinations vegan food can offer.
In line with The Felix Project’s mission to make use of suppliers’ surplus food waste, Chantelle will base her menu around surplus food waste in our homes, and those fresh vegetables and ingredients that so often get thrown out once they become a bit limp and lifeless. The objective is to get guests thinking differently about how they approach possible surplus food in their own fridge and pantry and how to make best use of it. The evening will include:
– Sparkling wine and canape reception
– 4-course seasonal menu with matching wines
– Personal introduction of each course by Chantelle with an explanation of the methodology and produce used
– Individual menus signed by Chantelle to take-away
– A gift from Divertimenti to take-away
WHEN: Tuesday 20th June
WHERE: Divertimenti Cookery School, 227 – 229 Brompton Road, SW3 2EP
THE LIFE KITCHEN SUPPERCLUB
Chantelle is proud to be Food Director of Life Kitchen – a charity that aims to teach those living with cancer how to cook nutritious, flavoursome food, during a time when their tastebuds are being affected by treatment.
The Life Kitchen Supperclub will be raising money for the charity, and will include a champagne reception on the rooftop of the Ace Hotel, followed by a stunning 4-course dinner hosted by Chantelle alongside 3 other leading female chefs, Anna Hansen (The Modern Pantry), Lisa Allen (Northcote) and Ravinder Bhogal (Jikoni).
WHEN: Saturday 25th June
WHERE: Ace Hotel, 100 Shoreditch High Street, E1 6JQ