Who is having the best sex this Valentine’s Day?

Who is having the best sex this Valentine’s Day?

Who is having the best sex this Valentine’s Day?

We have just announced that due to popular demand we will be opening on Sunday evening in Shoreditch for Valentine’s Day.  We know our lovely Redemptioners always have a spring in their step – and we started looking into why:

1. What women want

For a start recent research has discovered that modern women have expanded on their love of a sense of humour; they now value altruistic men and those who are environmentally aware and kind to animals. It follows, then, that men with a conscience should be getting plenty of female attention.   Leonardo di Caprio anyone?!

2. Get inspired

Potassium, vitamin B and zinc (found in foods such as pine nuts, figs, almonds, asparagus, celery, and chickpeas) all help the body to produce sex and desire-inducing hormones, so perhaps people eating a plant-based diet are more likely to initiate sex than their meat-eating counterparts?

3. Get your blood pumping

Everyone knows that red meat contributes to clogged arteries, while a vegan diet is fabulously low in fat and avoids all the synthetic hormones associated with meat-based diets – two key elements in getting your blood flowing. If your blood is pumping that means better erections and more multiple orgasms.  In fact, thanks to the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (a US consortium of some 10,000 doctors) we have the brilliant hashtag #ItsNotYouItsMeat.

4. Drink in the atmosphere


Overdoing it on the booze can seriously effect both parties’ performance, causing erectile dysfunction in men, and less intense orgasms for women. Not to mention the likelihood of forgetting the best bits as we engage in our national pastime of ‘unconscious coupling’.

So as we said in the Evening Standard recently, guess who is having the best sex on Valentine’s night?!  

Redemption Bar is arguably London’s healthiest restaurant, serving up vegan, sugar-free, and wheat-free food with an alcohol-free bar. Our two restaurants in Notting Hill and Shoreditch are being described by many as the best vegan restaurants in London. Our motto is ‘spoil yourself without spoiling yourself’, and our ethos is rooted firmly in caring for the planet, its animals, and ourselves. Come and visit London’s top alcohol-free, vegan bar – or order in via the luxury delivery service SUPPER if you live in central London.