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Seven Dials’ Summer Serves

The perfect place to grab a bite this summer

 

 

Seven Dials’ Summer Serves
Seven Dials’ Summer Serves

Where better to dine this summer than in Seven Dials

Summer has arrived, along with the urge to explore London and find some of the best summery dishes around! The streets of Seven Dials have a selection of great restaurants and cafes, where you can try mouth-watering summer menus and seasonal favourites.

Whether it’s Ole & Steen’s selection of new treats or Rossopomodoro’s summer menu, Seven Dials is the place to visit to fulfill any foodie’s summer cravings. Scroll down for more information on what summer serves Seven Dials has to offer.

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26 Grains, Neal's Yard

Scandinavian style breakfast and brunch haven, 26 Grains, has recently started all day dining, alongside a new, delicious all day menu.

Their July roster includes the ultimate summer dish – whipped burrata, marinated courgettes and chilli jam on sourdough – which almost looks too good to eat! Head down to the colourful Neal’s Yard to give it a try whilst taking in the scenery from their alfresco dining tables.

Ole & Steen, Neal Street

This summer, Ole & Steen has introduced five tasty seasonal treats that are perfect for every outdoor hygge moment, bringing you one step closer to summering like a Dane!

Full of summer fruits, the Raspberry Marshmallow Whip is a must-try. If you prefer strawberries, get your hands on a Strawberry Dream or Strawberry Tart. Finally, for those who prefer tart flavours, a Citron Roulade and a Berry Mallow have also hit the menu. These new summer cakes are available at their Neal Street store until 5th September!

Rossopomodoro, Monmouth Street

Rossopomodoro has just launched its summer menu that shines a spotlight on authentic dishes, top-tier desserts and cocktails inspired by Naples with a fresh seasonal twist!

Some wonderfully indulgent flavours join their classic menu, including Linguine alle Vongole Macchiate, Bufala Bocconcini and Pizza A Ruota Di Carro, a crispier, lighter version of Neapolitan pizza. There is also a winning cocktail menu to match – we love the fresh-flavoured Positano Spritz and the aptly named Laguna Blu. Head to their Monmouth Street restaurant where outdoor dining is available.

The Patate, Neal Street

No summer is complete without a burger! New to Neal Street, The Patate merges classic French cuisine with modern street food, creating wonderfully juicy, slow-cooked beef burgers.

Head down to their restaurant on Neal Street to taste their famous Bourguignon recipe and mouth-watering poutines!

Apple Butter, Monmouth Street

You can’t beat brunch in the sun! Our cosy cafe Apple Butter offers all-day dining, but their brunch is not one to be missed!

From Truffle Scrambled Eggs and Mango Smoothie Bowls to their ever-changing pancake specials, grab a table in the sun and watch the world go by with views of the Seven Dials sundial.

Anita, Upper St Martins Lane

One of our newest openings, Anita, is on hand to keep you cool all summer long with their heavenly selection of sorbets! We can’t choose our favourite between strawberry, mango, watermelon and coconut! Why not go down and try the flavours for yourself?

Head down to their newest store on Upper St Martin’s Lane to try a few out.

Seven Dials Market, Earlham Street

A trip to Seven Dials isn’t complete without a visit to Seven Dials Market – and our vendors have some flavoursome treats lined up this summer! See below for information on what these iconic vendors have on offer…

Hipster Filipino restaurant Bong Bong’s has two delicious new dishes for the summer season; Chicken Inasal Noodles, a traditional Filipino dish marinated in Calamansi juice, coconut vinegar, garlic, ginger and lemongrass, and Inihaw Na Liempo, a marinated thick cut pork belly in a combo of ginger, garlic, 7Up, banana ketchup, soy and demerara sugar, served up with jasmine rice or vermicelli noodles. Yes, they taste as good as they sound!

The market’s newest vendor, Shuk; is bringing its bold and authentic flavours to the Dial, with their summer special – a sesame spiced chicken schnitzel on a toasted soft challah bun, topped with pickles, baby gems, and Shuk’s signature mayonnaise.

In the mood for an after-work or lunchtime cocktail? The downstairs bar is serving up refreshing Strawberry Frozen Daiquiri all summer long, every day from noon!

 

WatchHouse, Upper St Martin’s Lane

WatchHouse has added a selection of fragrant summer additions to the menu, including caramelised fig and mascarpone on toasted sourdough and a range of summer salads that are perfect for enjoying alfresco!

Choose from artichoke, pea and new potato, pistachios and mint or roasted vegetable, bulgar wheat, olives and feta.

Cucumber Alley, Earlham Street

With the newest dessert stalls on the block, Cucumber Alley is summer ready with some new seasonal flavours to tantalise your taste buds!

The most instagrammable crepe vendor, Boolay, is hitting us with a brand new flavour this summer, made up of vanilla creme patisserie, fresh strawberries and meringue pieces inside a strawberry jam crepe cone – available from 18th July.

If you’re still craving something sweet, then head down the alleyway to Wheelcake for their summer limited edition flavour, Lychee ice cream, which is available from 15th July.

It’s never too hot for a waffle! Deekneek is introducing a limited-edition waffle ice cream sandwich, made up of their Liege signature waffle, filled with a scoop of Madagascar vanilla and pistachio sand ice cream – available from 15th July.

St Martin's House, Upper St Martin's Lane

In need of something a bit lighter? St Martin’s House has added their unique British twist to your usual salad with their London Burrata Salad, made up of compressed apple, kohlrabi, whipped burrata, baby head lettuce, hazelnuts and golden vinaigrette.

Don’t fear, they have meat eaters covered with their apple fig pan-seared Cotswold pork chop, the perfect blend of sweet and savoury!

 

Wildwood Kitchen, Shaftesbury Avenue

Wildwood’s simple aim is for their friendly staff to serve great food, in a place where people feel at home.

Their chefs have assembled the perfect combination of classics and modern signature dishes, providing the most tempting array of choices including pizza, pasta, grills and seasonal specials.

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