Spring menu launches at tibits London Bankside

With the worst of winter behind us, it’s time to wave goodbye to filling consolation meals and say hey to wholesome and refreshing delicacies. To assist us with the transition, award successful Vegetarian and Vegan restaurant tibits have simply launched their seasonal menu of their London Bankside restaurant.

Initially hailing from Switzerland, tibits supply a intelligent and unique restaurant idea: diners assist themselves to a choice of over 40 selfmade dishes, after which pay based mostly on the load of their plate. This provides diners the choices to eat as a lot or little as they need, with main-course plates often costing round £10-£20.

Every little thing on supply is both Vegetarian or Vegan, and dishes vary from hearty salads and soups to scorching pasta, curries and even the odd deep-fried vegetable.

This spring, Government Chef Brian Mesmain has whipped up a tasty new menu incorporating seasonal veg and herbs. Highlights embody a spicy candy potato salad, breadcrumb-encrusted okra and a zingy radish salad. New dishes will proceed to be added all through April and Might.

Zingy radish salad

Tibits Bankside is situated simply behind the Tate Trendy on Southwark Avenue and is only a few minutes’ stroll from Blackfriars Station.


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