We ate here alot as there was a lot for my vegan daughters. It was Help yourself and then the food would be weighed at the cashier and you could sit of takeaway..for 3 it usually cost us CHF$70+ not cheap and not a huge amount but the food was good.
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Good self-serving place for a vegetarian or vegan lunch. The food is fresh and good. This is as well an easy place to eat if you have allergies, because the ingredients are apparent. One of my favorite places for a healthy lunch. It is often very crowded between 12 and 12.30 pm. The service is very kind.
A visit to London always has to have at least one visit to Tibits. It's informal, buffet style with many vegan options. They now have "Vegan Tuesday" which means everything is vegan on Tuesday. You pay by weight and there is a large selection, so something for everyone.I have found that as many selections are there are, they should add more new dishes regularly. Some of the dishes are staples for some people, but for others they are ho-hum (or off-limits like the high carb potatoes and rice items). I thought of going for breakfast, but found out that there are no hot dishes for breakfast, That's a shame. There ought to be, including eggs.
they have an interesting idea. you choose your own food and then you queue to have it weighed. you pay by weight so a plate of lettuce will hardly cost anything but the potato wedges cost more. they say the average meal cost about £10. as it was vegetarian nothing there was expensive or special. the sticky toffee pudding was nice.
Although a little outside of our budget (we're travellers) it was well worth the extra cash. The food is hearty and creative which is rare with a vegan buffet. I enjoyed a potato salad and a Caramel pudding with vegan cream. Well worth the visit.
I was planning a reunion for friends from all around the country. This was a convenient location for us all to meet. It was also great to be in the heart of London so we could visit shops and art galleries nearby too. One of the group is vegetarian so we wanted to accommodate her requirements. Although a carnivore, I love good vegetarian food and that is what I found here. The food was delicious and there was a great selection. I liked the idea of paying by weight and I think we enjoyed good value for our money. The atmosphere upstairs was buzzing but downstairs was rather dull and you had to go upstairs to collect your food and drink. The one criticism I have is that we took the trouble to book a table and found ourselves downstairs, which was very disappointing and didn't match our expectations. Apparently they always put bookings downstairs, which isn't very friendly when one has taken the trouble to book! We complained to the waiter who was very helpful and found us a perfect table by the window upstairs. I would definitely go there again, as would my friends, but would request a table upstairs.
I visited Tibits with a few friends after a long day in London and we had a lovely time. The food is buffet style and you pay at the counter once your plate has been weighed. I did find it a little expensive for the amount on my plate but every item was delicious which made it worth every penny. I will definitely return if I'm ever in the area.
Tibits has become one of my default places for meeting friends for a catch-up. It's a big space in central London. It's self-service with lots of veggie options and a large drinks list. As such, it offers great flexibility in case, say, one of you wants to eat but others just want drinks and vice versa. It hits all the spots in terms of a venue that suits a variety of tastes and needs. Despite being a large venue, it's almost always full, near capacity. Prices are determined by the weight of food on your plate. I have to say, I do find it abut pricey. No matter how carefully I load my plate, I pay an average of £15 each time, but all things considered, it's good spot to eat and chat. There's a fair amount of outdoor space and two floors of seating. Other points of interest: Just across from the restaurant is a plaque in honour of David Bowie. It's the location where the cover to his 'Ziggy Stardust Spiders from Mars' album was shot.
Good Vegan buffet at a very affordable price. You can dine at 20-30 Franc at the buffet + drinks. The place did not match the rank of #12 in Zürich at this point. I figure the rank is due to the low price and ease of throwing a vegan buffet
Went here after a lot of oohs from my local friends who said "ohh you have not been to titbits"...Utterly disappointed by the food served here. First and foremost it was close to being inedible. It was fried looked stale and above all if you were short : went with a kid forget the fact that he/ she could even look at what was being on menu. The salads seem to freeze thenselves and not wanting to be lifted of. The samosas - I do not know who could qualify them as even one... Thats like calling all melted cheese fondue :(. I am not sure if the original restaurant in Zurich is the same but I will need a lot of adventure to step inside there. I normally do write about the dishes but here I could not make head or tail of the food. Oh yes there were these "jalapenos filled with cheese" which seemed to be fried in oil which could need a makeover. Bottomline summary is to stay away and I will forget my visit. On the other side the chai offered was good and so was the soup , but I went for a nice Lunch....