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Chantelle Nicholson

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Chantelle Nicholson
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Nicholson in 2016
BornHamilton, New Zealand
EducationLLB/BCom from University of Otago

Chantelle Nicholson is a New Zealand chef who has resided in London since 2003. Nicholson is chef patron at Tredwells and Group Operations Director for Marcus Wareing Restaurants.[1]

In July 2016 Nicholson won Manager of the Year award at the 2016 The Catey Awards.[2][3] In October 2016 she won Woman of the Year at the inaugural The Caterer Shine Awards.[4]

Nicholson is co-author of Marcus Wareing's cook books The Gilbert Scott book of British food[5] (selected as the Telegraph "Cookbook of the week"[6]), Nutmeg and Custard, Marcus at Home , New Classics and Marcus Everyday.[7] She did dish development and consulting on the 2015 film Burnt.[8] In 2019 Nicholson published Planted: a chef's show-stopping vegan recipes, described in Vogue as "the ultimate cookbook for food-obsessed vegans".[9] She is neither vegan nor vegetarian but has said that "The whole reason I did a plant-based recipe book was that I liked the challenge ... When I looked around to find resources for plant-based cooking at a restaurant level, there were hardly any."[10]

Selected publications[edit]

  • Wareing, Marcus; Nicholson, Chantelle (2009). Nutmeg & Custard. Bantam. ISBN 9780593062111.
  • Wareing, Marcus; Nicholson, Chantelle (2013). The Gilbert Scott Book of British Food. Bantam. ISBN 9780593070437.
  • Nicholson, Chantelle (2018). Planted: a chef's show-stopping vegan recipes. Kyle Books. ISBN 9780857834485.


Nicholson's charitable causes include cooking for fundraising dinners for Children of the Mountain,[11] Action Against Hunger,[12] The Felix Project,[13] Street Smart, School Food Matters and The Calthorpe Project.


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