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There’s something about London that I really love, is discovering the fun and hidden gem within places that you thought you’ve always known. Just next to Covent Garden, Seven Dials area is a very lively area that often been missed. Set within Seven Dials, Neals Yard is my favourite little area. Just hidden in the middle of seven dials, neals yard has lots of small restaurants and painted with colourful walls, you walked into an area that for a moment you don’t remember you’re actually in central London.


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If you want a little chilled french cuisine with some really good wine, Compagnie Des Vins Surnaturels is one of a good choices. as part of the Experimental Group, this place offers its very own ‘savoir faire’ with its team of wine experts bringing the signature joyeux bordel to the London wine scene. Staying away from mainstream wines, the team has selected and continues to scour the globe for original wines made by small producers. The wines on the menu work in harmony with nature to bring clean and tantalising wines from hand laboured vineyards to the glass.
8-10 Neal’s Yard,
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If you’re a fan of Italian food and wine, La Bottega is one of the places you may want to check out. Recently opened in May 2014, the delicatessen is famous for their coffee and also serve soft drinks, freshly prepared fruit and vegetable juices. La Bottega supplies an extensive range of exclusive wine, fine Italian groceries for take away such as anchovies and tuna from Cetara on the Amalfi Coast, artichokes and vegetables in extra virgin olive oil from Rome, top quality pasta from Gragnano, jams and honeys, regional cured meats and cheeses, olive oils and balsamic vinegars etc…

36 Monmouth Street

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If you want to try something from Portugal, Canela is the place you will have to go. Opened eleven years ago as Canela Café, recently reopened as Canela, this place serves a wide range of high quality Portuguese wines, and some Portuguese specialties as nibbles to pair with the wine.

33 Earlham Street,

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Just when you think there’s no bars or clubbing scene seems to be happening in Seven dials, Earlham Street Clubhouse is a very fun place to end your night. All the menus were clipped and hang from the ceiling, so by pulling down and checking the menu on its own was already so much fun. The preppy American feel of and East Coast beach club actually serves some sophisticated cocktails alongside pizza by slice. The Raw design also gives you a vintage vibe to the place, with the music and jukeboxes and disco lightings, surely you are in a good place to have a fun night.

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35 Earlham St


Next time when you’re near Covent Garden, be sure to check out the Seven Dials area, there are more than 150 shops and restaurants in such a small locality, trust me, once you discovered this are you will have a headache choosing where to go within the area.

Seven Dials is home to over 150 shops as well as over 50 vibrant cafes, restaurants, bars and pubs. The area comprises of Monmouth Street, Earlham Street, Neal Street, Shorts Gardens, Neal’s Yard, Endell Street, Shelton Street, Mercer Street and the Seven Dials monument. Combined with 2 luxury hotels, five theatres, two private members clubs, a large number of apartments and offices, including the UK headquarters of Facebook, Seven Dials is a unique area that worts exploring in the heart of London.