Sisters Tiffany and Lucy Watson at the launch party (Photo: Instagram/Tiffany Watson) - Media Credit:

Vegan Stars Lucy And Tiffany Watson Open Plant-Based Restaurant


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Former Made In Chelsea stars Lucy and Tiffany Watson celebrated the opening of their vegan restaurant with a launch party last night.

The sisters opened Tell Your Friends, in West London’s Parsons Green, along with their father Clive – a veteran of the hospitality industry.

The menu features vegan versions of comfort food classics, including fish and chips, and burgers. The bar offers a range of mocktails and cocktails including a Rose Petal Martini.


News of the venture was first revealed last year, when Tiffany mentioned her plans in an episode of Made In Chelsea.

At the time, she did not reveal any details about the menu or location.

Speaking later in the year at London’s Vevolution Festival, the pair revealed that they wanted the eatery to appeal to vegans and omnivores alike.

The dining area (Photo: Tell Your Friends)

‘Everyone is welcome’

At the launch party, Tiffany Watson told Plant Based News that the reaction to the restaurant has been positive so far – and that they still hope to foster an inclusive atmosphere.

She said: “You don’t have to be vegan to come here.

“Everyone is welcome.”

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Maria Chiorando

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