Seven Dials Market is another food hall that’s full of pastel colours, familiar food stalls, and the overwhelming feeling that you’ve been here before. That’s because you probably have, just in a different guise. Monty’s Deli is here, and their reuben or matzo ball soup is always worth a shout, as are Yum Bun, whose bao are perfectly tasty. Those two aside, this place is full of food that isn’t as good as it should be, at restaurant prices. It certainly has a purpose at lunchtime, but anything beyond that is beyond us.
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