The formula at Heddon Street's serve-yourself veggie joint proved so popular that a sibling has opened on London's South Bank near the Tate Modern.
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“For a perfect vegetarian food experience at a fair price, look no further” than this increasingly popular, Swiss-owned, self-service operation, with branches off Regent Street and on Bankside. There’s “an amazing choice” of “very fresh food that changes daily”, run under an “unusual system whereby you serve yourself from buffet (aka ‘the food boat’) and pay by weight”. The Bankside branch, near Tate Modern, has been revamped to offer a range of seating, from high bar stools or conventional tables to comfy armchairs.
This Swiss self-service vegetarian concept, with a flagship off Regent Street and a “welcome” branch near Tate Modern, serves “freshly prepared, global” dishes which you pay for per 100g. By West End standards, they offer “great value for money” for “lunch or dinner in relaxed surroundings” – “I’ve taken meat eaters and they’re converted!”.
“Healthy and reasonably priced!!” This Swiss cafeteria chain’s attractive, veggie-vegan self-service buffet concept – wherein you help yourself and pay per 100g – is “a handy West End option” (“initially I thought it was pricey, but given it’s off Regent Street, I think it’s worth it!”). A new branch opened in June 2017 near Tate Modern.
Mon-Wed 7.30 am-10 pm, Thu & Fri 7.30 am-midnight, Sat & Sun 11.30 am-midnight
Last orders: 10 pm, Thu-Sun midnight