Seven Dials Market brings together a progressive line-up of independent food businesses, all with roots in the city’s streets and markets, all under one roof.
Situated in Seven Dials Market’s Banana Warehouse are thirteen diverse and independent food and drink traders. Upstairs, visitors can take a seat at the world’s first cheese conveyer belt Pick & Cheese, visit Square Root’s Temperance Bar ‘Soda Stage’, or feast on award-winning vegan Mexican-Californian street food by Club Mexicana. Visitors can pick-up specialty coffee and sweet and savory donuts by Big Shot Coffee & Donuts, a collaboration between Insta-famous donut-maker Vicky’s Donuts and bespoke coffee service Coffee Space. London’s favourite Jewish deli Monty’s Deli will be bringing their world-class Reuben sandwiches to the West End, with seafood restaurant Claw cooking up sustainable lobster rolls.
Once visitors have explored all that the ground floor has to offer, delve deeper into Banana Warehouse and discover the incredible street food being cooked up on the downstairs level. Whether you’re in the mood for “like Wagamama on acid” ramen from Nanban, Chinese comfort food by YIN or INK’s fritto misto platter, there are dishes galore in the new Seven Dials Market. Joining the many KERB alumni at the market, Truffle will be serving up a ‘7 Dials Burger’ with 7 cuts of meat, including pigs head, tongue and bacon, as well as Yum Bun who have created the Bao-Wow as a Seven Dials Market exclusive – a Chang Mai sausage in a soft bao bun. Other traders include Strozapretti, the new pasta restaurant from the team that founded Franco Manca, and Venezuelan fried chicken experts El Pollote.