Whoever would have thought? Heather Mills' vegan restaurant is doing kind of alright. Although it's not just the meat that had been removed, according to the Evening Argus:
Diary-free, eh? That's great news, as I can't stand dates.
The precise measure of success, though, seems a bit shady:
And it seems the former model’s new venture is changing many people’s attitudes towards vegan food, as between 700 and 1,000 vegan products are sold at the venue every day.
I've not, I think, heard of a restaurant hail the number of items it sells rather than covers served, money taken or profit made. The sense this is a bit of a rewritten press-release doesn't let up further in to the article:
The cafe’s cakes, which are transported around on a travelator similar to that found in sushi bars, are also proving to be a popular treat for those with a sweet tooth. About 1,000 are being sold every week.
A travelator? You mean a conveyor belt, surely? A conveyor belt similar to that in every supermarket in the country?
The cafe’s website has also been popular, with more than 3,000 hits on VBites’ opening day.
Hmm. This is starting to sound a little desperate now. What next?
"The window of the restuarant has been a hit, too. On opening day alone, there were seventeen and a half eyes peeking through the windows in every half-hour period."