Tibits has an extremely strong M6 southbound service station energy about it, and we say that in the nicest possible way. That’s just the aesthetic that this vegetarian and vegan buffet restaurant gives off, but the food itself is very solid. Wander into this roomy spot on Heddon Street on any given day for lunch or dinner, and you’ll find it buzzing with people serving themselves lentil salads, mushroom pies, and slices of cheesecake. It’s priced by weight, and you can easily get a hefty plate of freshly made good stuff for £10-£15.
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