Called All's Well, it will be a casual restaurant that Nicholson says will hold her ethos for sustainable cooking and dining at its core.
It will have a daily changing menu of dishes that use ingredients from small British producers with more than 50% of the menu given over to vegetarian dishes.
The food is described as ‘hyper-seasonal, sustainable cooking’ with Nicholson taking a zero waste approach to the restaurant, buying ‘wonky’ veg and imperfect looking fruit where possible.
Located on London’s Mare Street, All’s Well will also serve organic wines.
Nicholson’s Covent Garden Tredwells will continue but Nicholson says the pop up will help preserve jobs, morale and positivity within the restaurant while it to continues to face tough trading conditions brought on by theatres and offices in the West End remaining closed.
The restaurant will run for a minimum of three months.
Speaking of the restaurant name, Nicholson says she hopes All's Well will ‘ring true of its namesake, for all’.
Earlier this year Nicholson announced plans to relocate Tredwells to a more neighbourhood London location and reopen it as a more multi-functional space.