Seven dials actively seeks to appeal to Londoners by the
sea. But despite this it sucessfully provides quality grub to the
locals. Once inside, the terrible location is forgotten and the cunning
design of the dining room disguises the wedge shape of the building and
it's former lives as Lloyds Bank followed by Burger King.
The menu is more modern than some of the local competition in this price bracket and that's good news. The staff are fairly professional and the kitchen gives the customers what they thought they wanted. I'm still not totally convinced that the pomp is worth the price but I'm going to revisit just to make sure.