Review: Tibits is one of my favourite veg restaurants in London. Location and decor: It has an excellent location near Oxford Circus and Picadilly Circus on Heddon Street. The inside is beautiful with flock velvet wallpaper, and really pretty sofas and chairs. Since it is mostly self-service (you can order certain items like baguettes and cookies from the till) it is great for parties where people are arriving at different times, and for casual get togethers where some people want to eat more than others. I also go there with my boyfriend for dates as the food is great and the staff let us sit for as long as we like so it is a good all-rounder. Food: As you walk in from Heddon Street, on the left there is a round buffet counter where you can serve yourself from the array of cold and hot plates. There are many good cold salad dishes (taboulleh, giant butter beans, daal, lentils with parsley, rocket, mange tout, edamame beans, cucmber and tofu, cherry tomatoes and tofu etc) on the bottom counters and hot dishes (usually a thai curry dish, an indian curry dish, potato wedges, baked cauliflower, basmati rice) on the top counter. The only con is that there aren't many vegan desserts - only the chocolate coconut cream which is delicious. Then you pay at the counter. Beware it can work out a bit pricey. For a really full plate it can go up to £15 and there is no longer a cap. Don't forget your free bread roll with this. Drinks: They also have great fruit juices (with a loyalty card you get 1 free juice with 5 stamps) and good wines. Staff: The staff have always been really friendly to us. They always ask us as we enter if we have been to Tibits before ready to explain how it works, and are friendly to us at the till.