I must admit whilst I don't suffer from lachanophobia, the thought of going to a restaurant solely offering vegetarian food can appear daunting at times. However, Tibits Bankside is one of those modern restaurants that have managed to make vegetarian cuisine appear sexy
Buddha bar was first established in Paris in 1996 by visionary Raymond Visan. It was at the time a groundbreaking venue serving cutting edge Pan-Asian cuisine along with some of the funkiest house music you will find in town
Most people have a soft spot for Japanese cuisine, whether it is the freshness of the food or the exquisite presentation of the dishes. There is no better place to learn the art of preparing Japanese dishes than at Sozai in Liverpool Street
When you have the might of the owner of the Japan Centre, Shoryu and Ichiryu as well as being the first Japanese restaurant to be owned by a sake company in the UK, authenticity is never in doubt for a restaurant like Sakagura on Heddon Street
Hawkers Bar and Brasserie has a distinct 1920s style thanks to the inspiration from their aviation hero, Harry Hawker. It is one of the most stylish dining and drinking establishments in Kingston
Niche is quite simply London's first Coeliac UK accredited 100% gluten free restaurant. There are many restaurants that cater for coeliacs but none that offers a full menu of gluten-free options
I might be stereotyping, but visits to Canary Wharf bars probably involve loud music, clambering over suited bankers to reach the bar and a neverending supply of red wine and tomahawk-sized steaks
You can probably count on one hand the number of top quality vegetarian restaurants in town that would give you an addictive food craving to dine out
There are plenty of great casual food outlets in Camden for you to relax those tired legs, but for those who are egg-lovers or vegetarians, Cafe Loren is a top choice to consider
Izakaya are popular drinking establishments in Japan; however the food plays a much more important role than your typical everyday bar
A recent poll suggested 5.7% of the population are vegetarians: that equates to over 3 million people
This subterranean spot where Cha ChaanTeng is currently occupying has struggled with business over the years. Rocket, Wabi have both come and gone in previous years
Very few restaurants in the West End survive more than a few years, so when a restaurant has been around for more than 50 years, you have to sit up and take notice
Orthorexia: an obsession with eating foods that one considers healthy. Most of us are unlikely to suffer from this, in fact the words detox and vegetarian food strikes fear into the hearts of most ordinary citizens. A visit to Maple & Fitz in Fitzrovia for a healthy dose of "Eat, Juice, Be Happy" might not be on top of most people's list of must visit places for lunch. However, this is one of those places which should come with an addiction warning : once tried, you might need regular doses to perk yourself up.
Hailing from Switzerland, Tibits vegetarian restaurant in London is bringing buffet dining with a difference to the city's ever-expanding food scene and my, what an experience it is. The concept? Choose as much or as little as you like from a wide selection of impeccable vegetarian dishes, weigh it, pay it and enjoy.