Seven Dials London


- Modern London’s most original shopping and lifestyle destination 

- Seven streets of independent boutiques, heritage brands, British and international labels 

- Over 50 independent and award winning restaurants, cafés, bars and pubs 

- At Earlham street and Mercer street you can find the Sundial Column monument


Seven Dials is the intriguing network of seven atmospheric streets that link Covent Garden to Soho. Always buzzy, packed with independent boutiques, international fashion labels, heritage brands, beauty salons, traditional pubs, cafes, restaurants, theatres and many more! Historic Seven Dials is modern London’s most original shopping and lifestyle destination.  




45 Seven Dials, London, WC2H 9HD


Monday – Saturday: 10 AM – 9 PM

Sunday: 11 AM – 7 PM

For every need there is a place to shop at Seven Dials. It doesn’t matter if you are looking for apparel, accessories, lifestyle or hotels it can all be found.  


Shop independent boutiques to one-off concepts by global brands, designer collections to bespoke pieces.  


Discover design led watches, jewelry and accessories in Seven Dials including homegrown independent concept store Cambridge Satchel Company Men’s, Tatty Devine, Nixon and Larsson & Jennings 


Explore inspirational and diverse lifestyle concepts, from home ware to food, a chocolate school at Hotel Chocolate to heritage bikes at B1866 and vinyl to book stores.  


Enjoy the grad II listed theatre Cambridge Theatre to independent production house Donmar Warehouse, watch award-winning West End shows along side up-and-coming talent in the center of London’s Theaterland.





Winner of AA’s London Restaurant of the Year, the latest offering from Marcus Wareing, Tredwells, creates contemporary British cooking in the heart of the West End. As well as high-quality food, two bar areas serving chef-inspired cocktails have helped build Tredwells’reputation as one of the best drinks venues in Seven Dials, with live music Friday – Sunday. 

Flesh & Buns:  

Japanese Izakaya restaurant and bar serving DIY steamed ‘hirata’ buns alongside sushi, desserts and signature cocktails. Try their signature flesh & buns dish - from a range of meats such as sirloin steak to wagyu rump steak, with homemade buns to create their iconic Japanese bun. Finish with a special drink from their extensive sake menu, or Japanese dessert such as Yuzu tart or black sesame crème brulée.  

Located in the old Watney-Combe brewery, Hawksmoor Seven Dials serves only the best British steaks cooked simply over charcoal grills. The menus revolve around the best ingredients they can find cooked simply and served by people who love what they do.The bar is the perfect place for burgers, lobster rolls and more casual steak. 

Like a Fellini Roman film set complete with a funky indoor fountain, VICO is all about La Dolce Vita. Go for Grapparossa (gin, Limoncello and blood orange), Godfather Sour or Espresso Martini, dreamy with creamy Gelupo gelati, award-winning artisan ice cream and sorbets. 


For every taste a restaurant can be found at Seven Dials, of course there are many more options to explore!



Wine, dine and relax in one of the many luxury boutique hotels including the Convent Garden Hotel from Firmdale Hotels and Radisson Blu Edwardian in the centre of Seven Dials




Covent Garden, Leicester Square and Holborn Underground stations are all within a 10 minute walk of Seven Dials 
Covent Garden: Piccadilly line 
Leicester Square: Piccadilly and Bakerloo lines 
Holborn: Piccadilly and Central lines 


Many bus routes run to nearby Shaftesbury Avenue and Charing Cross Road. 
Shaftesbury Avenue: 14, 19 and 38 
Charing Cross Road: 24, 29 and 176