Vegan And Veggie Restaurant Tibits Launches Bottomless Brunch

There will be live music at the events
The eatery is famous for its 'food boat' (Photo: Tibits)

Veggie/vegan institution tibits is launching a bottomless brunch event at one of its London locations.

Diners at the restaurant normally pile their plate up from the 'food boat' (which offers around 80 percent vegan options), then pay for their meal by its weight.

But at the bottomless brunch event, you pay a flat £35 fee, which includes a plate of food (as heavy as you want) as well as unlimited drinks from a selected range. There will also be entertainment in the form of live music.

Event dates include June 17, July 8 and 29, and August 19

'Celebrate'

According to tibits: "For the first time ever tibits Bankside will be hosting bottomless brunches complete with amazing live music.

"To celebrate the 10 years of tibits being in London, the Bankside venue will see some of London's most excting up and coming artists performing across four different dates.

"With beers from Freedom Brewery and Dodd's Gin & Tonic's both being bottomless; we think we're definitely singing the right tune. Tickets are limited, be sure to book in advance."

You can find out more about the event here

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