He led me from Oxford Circus down Regents Street until we arrived at a small side street called Heddon Street. What a find!! In case you have never been to Heddon Street before, tucked away just off Regent's Street is a small huddle of restaurants and bars (including The Ice Bar) that, if you allow your imagination to run away with you, you could be mistaken for being transported out of London and somewhere abroad.
Tibits is situated on the left as you enter the street...
I loved the backdrop of plants and shrubbery that gave the street a Mediterranean feel!
I am wearing:
Jacket - Zara
Top - Pinko
Jeans - Superfine
Bag - Aldo
Shoes - Chinese Laundry
The question was, where to start??
I love a good selection of condiments! I went for the Tzatziki and for the salad dressings; white balsamic vinegar and chilli oil
The falafels were delicious; homemade, crunchy, cooked to perfection (i.e. not too dry) and tasty!
Soooo many different options of salads! I tried to stay away from the carb based dishes as much as I could! Some were just too scrumptious looking to resist though!
A selection of hot foods also made it hard to choose, and know when to stop!!
I had a huge portion of these power-greens. They were really tasty and crunchy, just how I like them.
This vegetable tartar was unusual, I'd not tried anything like it before, it was zingy, bellissimo!
I know I shouldn't have but I couldn't resist a small portion of this potato salad. You could also have a selection of greek yoghurts, fruit and other less healthy desserts (I resisted).
Here is my brother's plate. He went for a more carb based meal than me! As a result his plate looked smaller than mine but cost £4 more! Check out the stuffed jalapenos at the back, they were my absolute favourite; oozing with cream cheese that made you want to devour one after the other without a thought to the waistline.
My plate was mainly different salads and vegetables with a couple of little naughty bits and some houmous and tzatziki.
There were also a great selection of juices, this is the 'Fitness'; blackcurrant and orange. I went for a green tea and a mint tea (both organic).
Tibits was a revelation, I feel like I'm now in on a vegetarian secret and I'm almost reluctant to share it! We both agreed that it would be my Mum's idea of heaven and that we have to take her here. I noticed a few people had come for after work drinks and, as you only pay for the weight of your food, had got a plate of nibbles (falafel/stuffed jalapenos/onion rings) to munch on whilst they chatted over drinks.
If you fancy going to Tibit's check it out here. We didn't book; there is plenty of seating and quite a fast turnover.