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Following our sold-out residency in Knightsbridge, we are now gearing up for the opening of our first bricks and mortar restaurant in a prime corner location on Portobello Road in the heart of Notting Hill.


Showcasing that sustainable dining can be both flavoursome and fashionable, our stunning new restaurant and cocktail bar interior will feature modern, elegant, and earthy design elements, fusing luxury fashion with warm and generous hospitality.


We want to create a relaxed dining spot, both inside and out, where guests can indulge in what we believe to be the very best pleasures of life: food, wine, good vibes and great company. Holy Carrot Portobello will be a neighbourhood restaurant that we hope our customers will return to time and time again.


Inspired by nature and premium quality micro-seasonal ingredients, we work with small-scale producers and foragers, many of whom we share personal and long-lasting relationships with, as well as notable premium producers such as Shrub, Natoora, Flourish, and Primeur. 


Irina Linovich, Founder

Visionary entrepreneur and Holy Carrot founder Irina Linovich traces her culinary journey back to childhood, under the nurturing influence of strong women such as her grandmother. Taking any opportunity to join her grandmother on trips to eclectic local food markets, Irina would immerse herself in the flavours, colours, and noise; instilling a deep connection to nature and fostering a love for growing, preserving, and foraging seasonal produce – experiences that laid the foundation for a life-long love of food and a sustainable approach to various aspects of her life.

Daniel Watkins, Executive Chef

Revered fire and ferment chef Daniel Watkins is behind our menu at Holy Carrot Portobello. Having been brought up vegetarian and eating predominantly plant-based most of his life, Daniel brings with him his verdant passion for plant-first food, alongside extensive experience cooking over fire, most recently at Dalston’s ACME Fire Cult, which he co-founded with fellow chef Andrew Clarke in 2021.

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