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Holy Moly! Vegan dining just got sexy with London’s new kid on the block, Holy Carrot

Good health and wellbeing start with your gut so it seems only natural that Knightsbridge wellness and beauty destination, Urban Retreat, is the location for a brand new innovative [...]

Good health and wellbeing start with your gut so it seems only natural that Knightsbridge wellness and beauty destination, Urban Retreat, is the location for a brand new innovative plant based restaurant.

Opening on June 10th, Holy Carrot aims to provide a new way of experiencing and enjoying vegan food with a menu that focuses on using ethically sourced seasonal produce, prepared in a mindful manner. The dishes on the menu are free from preservatives, refined sugar, additives and are led by the very best seasonal organic British produce. 

Based in Urban Retreat, the leading beauty and wellness destination, Holy Carrot will offer a year-round detox that nourishes from the inside out and will provide spa-goers with the ultimate healthy yet fun dishes whilst enjoying their treatments. 

The menu has plenty to choose from and dishes look too good to eat. Must have plates include the Maki Set, a selection of crispy & holy maki Ponzu with a spiced mayo (£18), Sexy Tofu, which is organic glazed tofu with an aubergine, red pepper & peanut sauce (£15) and a Raw Red Pepper Burrito (£9). Those with a sweet tooth can choose from a delectable selection of desserts, including the Homemade Candy Set (£8) and a Holy Carrot Cake (£8.50). 

The drinks menu features a wide selection of delicious and invigorating fresh juices, smoothies and cocktails including the Dream Green (£8) made with spinach, kale, cucumber, avocado, vegan protein and flaxseed as well as the Rose Negroni (£11.50), expertly created using VII Hills Gin, rhubarb liqueur, Little rose and Rose Vermouth. 

Irina Linovich is the founder of Holy Carrot and comments: “When we came up with the idea to launch a vegan restaurant in Knightsbridge, we wanted to make sure that we brought an element of fun to eating vegan food. ‘Carrot’ symbolises the fun and intriguing element of the brand, and ‘Holy’ represents the healthy nature of our dishes. The menu is very much led by the very best seasonal organic British produce and we take great care to ensure that the produce is ethically sourced and sustainable.”

Holy Carrot will offer all-day dining, catering for those looking for a quick snack and a cocktail, as well as those seeking a destination to enjoy a leisurely meal. From the 1st – 9th June, Holy Carrot will run a soft launch period offering guests 50% off the total food bill (applies to first visit only) and will officially open on Thursday 10th June. 

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