Plant-based restaurant seeking location for first permanent site

23rd February 2023 | Jack Oliver

A plant-based restaurant concept is seeking a Central London location to open its first permanent site, following a successful trial in Knightsbridge.

Holy Carrot is looking for a 2,500 to 3,000 sq ft site in an area with strong footfall. Target locations include Chelsea, South Kensington, Soho, Marylebone, and Notting Hill.

The concept is preferably looking for corner locations, with outdoor seating.

Holy Carrot was founded by husband and wife duo Roman and Irina and offers dining options through breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The restaurant’s ‘Holy Bar’ offers an eclectic mix of cocktails while Holy Deli Retail offers a dedicated area for the brand’s products such as sauces and sweets.

Once an initial permanent site is established, Holy Carrot may consider additional locations.

Richard Wassell of twentyretail has been tasked with finding Holy Carrot’s first permanent site.


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