New plant-based pop-up set to open in Bicester

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A popular plant-based restaurant has launched a new pop-up offering their fresh, healthy food.

Holy Carrot, the vegan restaurant located in Knightsbridge, has announced the opening of its new pop-up at Bicester Village.

The restaurant’s culinary caravan will be found at the shopping destination from Friday July 29 for the duration of six months, and will be serving its renowned dishes to guests visiting Bicester Village.

Visitors can head over to the pop-up for a plant-based breakfast or simply to grab a tea, coffee, pressed juice or smoothie.

Holy Carrot’s menu also features a variety of healthy lunch and snack items.

The vegan venue claims to use ethically sourced seasonal produce, prepared in a mindful manner.

The dishes are all free from preservatives, refined sugar, gluten, additives and are led by seasonal organic British produce.

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Some of their chosen menu highlights include an overnight bircher pot, sugar-free and plant-based morning pastries, miso caramel mousse, Caesar and katsu wraps and a host of vegan burgers.  

The founder of Holy Carrot Irina Linovich said: “We are very excited to bring Holy Carrot to Bicester Village and share our passion for healthy, plant-based dishes.

“With our globally inspired menu, we hope visitors will come with us and explore the delicious possibilities of plant-based dining.”

At its location in London, Holy Carrot offers private dining, external catering, delivery and a range of sugar-free cocktails.

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This story was written by Matthew Norman, he joined the team in 2022 as a Facebook community reporter.

Matthew covers Bicester and focuses on finding stories from diverse communities.

Get in touch with him by emailing: Matthew.norman@newsquest.co.uk

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