Cantine, Maud Faussurier

Cantine at Camden Art Centre is set in a modernist glass cafe framed by a secret garden and extensive terrace. We serve lunch, coffee, teas, patisserie and a selection of natural wines. Whilst walk-ins are welcome, we recommend to please book via Opentable to avoid disappointment. Cantine at Camden Art Centre is now available to host wedding and civil partnership receptions and other celebrations.

Cantine offers seasonal and bespoke catering. All food is freshly-made and free from preservatives and colouring.Where possible we source our ingredients locally within Britain and Europe. 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.

Besides working with influential photographic, film and event production companies, Cantine offers bespoke catering  for weddings,  civil partnerships and Bar/Bat Mitzvahs. Our experienced event planners will guide you from concept to the fully realised celebration of your dreams.

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.

Clients include Alexander McQueen, Arabeschi di Latte, Balenciaga, Bottega Veneta, Burberry, Camden Art Centre, Chanel, Christian Dior,  Comme Des Garçons, Condé Nast, Credit Suisse, Fantastic Man, Gucci, Hermés, Inditex, New York Times, Serpentine Galleries, The Gentlewoman, Vanity Fair, Vogue amongst others.