Six is billed as a ‘contemporary British restaurant and bar’ and will launch as part of a multi-million-pound redevelopment of the media centre in the stands.
It marks a homecoming of sorts for Sellers, who grew up in East Leake, Nottinghamshire, and will advise on menu development alongside a locally-appointed chef.
Sellers will cook at six events at the restaurant throughout the year, as well as supporting a number of community initiatives.
“I’ve always had an ambition to do something in Nottingham and this feels like the right time and the right fit,” says Sellers.
“With a focus on developing young talent from the Nottingham area, I hope opportunities will be provided to young chefs to follow their dreams and carve out a career in the industry like I have.
“We hope people enjoy Six for what it is. There is room in every city for independent restaurants that combine the right food, service and setting. Put simply, that’s what we’re working on together to achieve.”
Sellers opened Restaurant Story in London in 2013 when he was 26-years-old, and it won a Michelin star five months later.
The chef also runs The Lickfold Inn in Petworth, West Sussex.