Bibi's Kitchen - Piccadilly
Bibi's Kitchen is a small salad bar with 4 small tables on the inside and gorgeous pink seating on the outside. It's surrounded by flowers and plants in a lovely, calm court by Piccadilly Circus.
It's clearly a popular venue as there were people queuing up for food. Staff served everyone quickly and there were still loads of tables available as most people seemed to be getting take away boxes for the office.
They serve breakfast boxes early and then salad boxes with hot and cold items for lunch. Their salad items change twice a week, and there were only 2 non vegan items there, which staff told me was normal, they had a good understanding of the vegan concept and brought me out a salad plate with no further questions.
The salad plate they served me was phenomenal. It was so filling, so packed out with so many different salads and was so fresh!
The hummus is made freshly in house and they gave me the biggest dollop! The couscous was delicious with all sorts of other veg mixed into it, the cabbage was deliciously picked, potato rostis were perfectly cooked, it was all such a delicious mix of fresh food and one of those meals where you leave knowing you've done something really nice for your body and you feel it almost straight away!
At just over £5 for a large salad box their prices are really reasonable for central london, plus the staff were super sweet and friendly. Perfect spot for a quick healthy lunch.
Address: 6 Smith's Court, London, W1D 7DP
Opening Hours: Monday - Friday 0830 - 1800; Saturday - Sunday: Closed
Value for Money: 5/5
As always these posts are based on places I've listed on www.myveganradar.com - the London Vegan Food Map based on Tube Stop.