Out & About with Genius: tibits Winter Menu

January 23rd, 2016 / Stephane

Calling all food lovers to Regent Street’s most prized vegan secret gem!

Experience remarkable vegan and vegetarian cuisine made from the finest ingredients and carefully sourced from different parts of the world. This outstanding modern vegetarian restaurant is situated just off London’s prominent Regent Street on Heddon Street. Tibits is truly redefining and setting the bar higher for all vegetarian restaurants!

As you escape the January winter chills, you are welcomed (by the most friendly staff) into this food haven upon your arrival by a warm blanket of serenity. Alongside the relaxed atmosphere, your nose’s attention is caught by the enticing aroma proceeding from the food station and juice bar.


Unlike most congested and over furnished buffet’s, Tibits gentle touch of elegance is an open plan, minimal yet cozy interior which makes you feel right at home.

The seasonal winter menu is an ensemble of flavors consisting of:


Dried bean salad

Wakame salad

Fruity red cabbage

Aubergine amaranth

Pulled seitan sandwiches

Caesar salad

Vegetable Tartar


Tofu au vin and mash

Nutty winter greens

Middle eastern aubergine stew served with Lebanese wild rice

Orange risotto with Rosemary and caramelised walnuts

Seitan strips Zurich style with Roesti


Wildberry bake

Sticky toffee

Avocado – chocolate tarte

Vegan mango cake


I chose Wakame salad, Dried bean salad, Aubergine amaranth, Orange risotto, Seitan strips Zurich style with roesti. Having been to Japan and tasted the traditional Wakame salad it was truly reminiscent of what I had ate previously.

The aubergine amaranth (it literally melted in my mouth) is garnished with parsley to lift the earthy notes in the dish. The orange risotto had a gentle yet distinct orange flavour and such a creamy texture. The dried beans were earthy and sweet – a truly flavorsome bite.

The Zurich style Seitan strips had the same texture & consistency as pork but 100% vegan friendly. A great compliment to this was the roesti – a formidable alternative to a lasagne.


For desert I had the Wildberry bake and the Sticky toffee. Wildberry Cake – made of berries enveloped in light fluffy dough. Sounds simple – I know. But as with my theory with most fast food chains )and Pringles) who put a special chemical in their products that make you want more – I was salivating after annihilating this simple but rich desert.

The sticky toffee complimented the wildberry cake afterwards (though not intentionally, not many people would buy two deserts) and was surprisingly not too sweet. It was “sweet enough” – with my sweet tooth days not lasting past m childhood it was just enough sweetness to have me feeling very satisfied.

Though very simple, these dishes pack a mighty punch. I challenge all meat lovers (in hopes to convert some to “vegetarialism”) to visit Tibits. Your tastebuds will be blown into a new dimension – all without the power of meat! To all lovers of food in general – come & be inspired by this high grade of culinary artistry as it is next to none, bearing the sole purpose of introducing euphoric savour beyond your wildest imagination.

So what are you waiting for? Get to booking!

tibits LONDON
12-14 Heddon Street
off Regent Street
London W1B 4DA

Phone +44 (0)207 758 4112

Written by Genius


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