Cantine, Maud Faussurier

Cantine offers seasonal and bespoke catering – from intimate dinners at home to formal events on location and everything in between. All food is freshly-made and free from preservatives and colouring. We are committed to reducing our waste and carbon foot print: our dishes are predominantly vegan and vegetarian and our kitchen is fully electric and uses 100% renewable energy. Where possible we source our ingredients locally within Britain and Europe.

Cantine at Camden Art Centre serves a variety of sweet and savoury treats, as well as breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea, all created using whole, season and non-processed ingredients were possible. A range of locally sourced soft drinks, pale ales, IPAs  and natural wines are also on offer. Cantine at Camden Arts Centre is open Tuesday to Sunday – 9am to 6pm, Wednesday 9am to 9pm.

During the COVID-19 pandemic we are delivering delicious and nutritious vegan and vegetarian meals to the NHS emergency workers battling on the front line at the Royal London, Whitechapel and the John Howard Centre, Homerton. Doctors, nurses, operational and  forensic psychiatric staff are working around the clock without time to go out and buy lunch or supper or sometimes face empty supermarket shelves. If you would like to support or donate please check out our fundraising page.

Cantine was founded by Maud Faussurier. Born into a family of restaurateurs, Maud’s family life unfolded around the kitchen table in her parents apartment in Paris. After a traineeship at the Institut Paul Bocuse in Lyon, Maud honed her skills working under Mark Hix at Hix Oyster and Chop House, Pierre Gagnaire and Roel Lintermans at Sketch and most recently as Head Chef under Yotam Ottolenghi & Sami Tamimi at Ottolenghi.